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15 Jan 2011   #1
sayger2

Windows 7 Home Premium, 32 bit
 
 
sayger2

Please direct me if I am in the wrong group here but I have two problems pressing. One, Rtl100.BPL is corrupt and I am clueless. Also, two, MFC90u.dll is missing and even tho I downloaded "Paretologic" for the express purpose of repairing that one, it has failed miserably. Any helps - or re-direction?
Thanks much for any help or advice.
Sayger2


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15 Jan 2011   #2
Ztruker

Windows 10 Pro X64
 
 

Boot to the System Recovery Options Menu and try a System Restore to a date before this occurred:
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16 Jan 2011   #3
Dzomlija

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by sayger2 View Post
Please direct me if I am in the wrong group here but I have two problems pressing. One, Rtl100.BPL is corrupt and I am clueless. Also, two, MFC90u.dll is missing and even tho I downloaded "Paretologic" for the express purpose of repairing that one, it has failed miserably. Any helps - or re-direction?
Thanks much for any help or advice.
Sayger2
You haven't mentioned which programs you are trying to run, but from what I gather, they are old programs:
  • RTL100.BPL
    • This would appear to be the Runtime Library Version 1.00 Borland Pascal Library, which I believe was used by Delphi 1 or 2 many years ago. To illustrate, I'm currently using Delphi 2010 for application development, which is essentially Delphi 15.
  • MFC90u.DLL
    • This is a Microsoft Foundation Classes library, version 9.0u, often used by C/C++ programmers. Microsoft dumped MFC a long time ago in favour of .NET

In either case, I think it may be easier for you to just find updated version of whatever program your are trying to run.
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