Isadora and Windows 10 Pro

6th October, 2017 - 1 min. read - in Tutorials - Go to Index

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I’m using Isadora for a project. I’ll definitely write an article about it since it’s a very good piece of software for interactive and media installation.

Right now, I’m only documenting an issue I’ve experienced yesterday, just in case I need it again and for posterity.

On a brand new NUC with i7 and Windows 10 Pro(blems), Isadora didn’t want to run due some missing .dll. Those lib were msvcp100.dll and msvcr100.dll, don’t ask me what are all about.

Obviously, I’ve searched for possible solutions without any luck. I’ve only realized that the issue was related to the Visual C++ installation on my computer.

After 2 hours battling with it (trying to install several versions of the package) I’ve finally found out this answer. Hammering a little bit more, I’ve installed this version of Visual C++ that solved the issue.

Meh… I love the tech!

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