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Hello. A while back I wrote a program called 'divvy' (http://www.cerberusgate.com/divvy.zip) in C++. It works fine on my system, but I have received several complaints that it does not work on other systems. This is the error:

Error: The Side-by-Side configuration information for "C:\DIVVY.EXE" contains errors. This application has failed to start because the application configuration is incorrect. Reinstalling the application may fix this problem (14001).

I tried to find dependencies with Dependency Walker v2.2.6000, and I said I needed these two files to run divvy.exe:

msvcp90d.dll
msvcr90d.dll

so I included them with the program binary, and dependency walker said it had everything it needed. But I still get error 14001.

Anybody know what is wrong?

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Last Post by dzhugashvili
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Those are debug version of the libraries. Recompile your program for release version and it may work on other computers. computers.

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Ah. Stupid mistake on my part. I recompiled the program in release mode and it works now. Thank you!

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