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Windows 7: install.res.1049.dll - One Hit - Google Custom Search - Not Found

08 Jun 2014   #1
baumgrenze

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install.res.1049.dll - One Hit - Google Custom Search - Not Found

I hope this question is trivial, but I will ask for safety sake.

In this thread:

Unknown files in C drive, help please

the OP was advised to delete a series of files similar in name to install.res.1049.dll. Brink explained that they are 'orphan files' from an installation of Visual Studio 9.0 or Microsoft Visual C++ 2008.

In addition to the files listed by the OP for the above thread, I also found 'install.res.1049.dll.' Can I conclude that it, too, can be deleted safely, given its similarity to the others?

I did a Google Custom search of sevenforums for 'install.res.1049.dll.' The URL below is the only hit. It is 10 pages long. I checked each page and searched for res.1049.dll and didn't find it.

Is it different from the collection of similarly named files that Brink suggests are detritus from a messy installation of Visual Studio 9.0 or Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 or is it safe for me to treat it like the others?

https://www.google.com/url?q=http://...D-ENAvD07rnXkw

thanks

baumgrenze



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08 Jun 2014   #2
baumgrenze

Win 7 Pro 64
 
 

Since posting, I found this hit in Google regarding eula.1049.txt.

https://docs.google.com/viewer?pid=s...;eula.1049.txt

The text file is in Cyrillic, the Russian alphabet. In all likelihood it is just one of the many eula files that accompany Visual Studio 9.0 or Microsoft Visual C++ 2008.

That tells me it is no more significant than the eula.1028.txt mentioned specifically in Brink's reply to ethanj1993 in 2011.

thanks,

baumgrenze
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