How to fix msvcr110.dll is missing on Windows 10

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MSVCR110.dll is a Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable dll, as suggested by its name. This dll file is needed to run any application/program built using Visual Studio 2011/2012. If this file is missing, Windows gives an error: “The Program can’t start because MSVCR110.dll is missing from your computer. Try reinstalling the program to fix this problem.”

While the most tempting solution may be to simply download the dll file, the user needs to be careful as on where they download it from. Also, this might not necessarily resolve the issue. Try the following solutions to resolve the MSVCR110.dll error on Windows 10:

How to Fix Msvcr110.dll errors on Windows 10?

  • Download and install msvcr110.dll
  • Restore msvcr110.dll from the Recycle Bin.
  • Reinstall Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2012
  • Reinstall the program that’s producing the msvcr110.dll error
  • Run a virus/malware scan of your entire system
  • Use System Restore to undo recent system changes

Fix: Msvcr110.dll is missing on Windows 10

Solution 1 – Download and install msvcr110.dll

The first thing you should try doing is to download and install msvcr110.dll. Most of the times this will resolve your problem. Follow this link. Scroll down to the list of versions, and download the one specific to your operating system.

Once the download is complete, extract the file. Right-click on msvcr110.dll and click copy. Now navigate to the System32 folder of your computer (Local Disk>Windows>System32) and paste the file there.

Now navigate to the SysWOW64 folder (Local Disk>Windows>SysWOW64) and paste msvcr110.dll there as well.

Now try running the program. Hopefully this will have resolved the issue. If not proceed on to the following solution.

Solution 2 – Restore msvcr110.dll from the Recycle Bin.

The most common reason behind the “missing msvcr110.dll” error is when the user accidentally deletes the file. Unless you’ve emptied your recycle bin recently, there’s a good chance the file is still saved in the recycle bin.

Simply open recycle bin and find the msvcr110.dll file. Right-click on it and click Restore. Viola! This should resolve your issue.

Solution 3 – Reinstall Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2012

Fix: Msvcr110.dll is missing on Windows 10

1. Go to Control Panel > Programs and Features.

2. Select “Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio” and click Uninstall on the top of the window. Follow on-screen instructions to uninstall the program.

3. Now go to this link and download the latest version of Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio.

4. Once the download is complete open the setup file and follow the on-screen instructions to complete installation.

This will almost certainty resolve the error. The fresh installation will replace/restore the latest copy of msvcr110.dll. If this doesn’t solve your problem, move on to the next solution.

Solution 4 – Reinstall the program that’s producing the msvcr110.dll error

If the msvcr110.dll error shows up every time you use a particular program, try reinstalling that program.

Go to Control Panel > Programs and Features. Select the program and click uninstall. Follow on-screen instructions to complete the process.

Solution 5 – Run a virus/malware scan of your entire system

Just to be sure that there aren’t any malware on your system that are causing the msvcr110.dll error, run a quick scan of your system. Malware are often responsible for deleting dll files. Use an anti-virus software of your choosing. Hopefully this will identify the culprit and fix your problem.

There are many great security tools available, but the best are Bitdefender,BullGuard, and Panda Antivirus, so feel free to try any of them.

You can also use Windows’ built-in antivirus, Windows Defender. Here’s how to run a full system scan on Windows 10 Creators Update:

  1. Go to Start > type ‘defender’ > double click Windows Defender to launch the tool
  2. In the left hand pane, select the shield icon
  3. In the new window, click the Advanced scan option
  4. Check the full scan option to launch a full system malware scan.

Solution 6 – Use System Restore to undo recent system changes

If all else fails, try using system restore to restore your computer to a state from an earlier date. A recent update or a system change could be a reason behind the missing msvcr110.dll file. Follow these steps:

1. Click on Start and type “System Restore” on the search box.

2. Select “System Restore” from the search results.

3. On the newly opened window, follow the on-screen instructions.

The system restore process will now start. Once the process is complete, restart your computer. This will most likely fix the 0x8024001e error.

Hopefully one of these solutions worked for you. If not, try contacting Microsoft Support.

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