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Question by Gautam
Submitted on 2/5/2004
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I converted my VC++ 6.0 project to VC .net.
The compilation is completed but at the linking step,the error "unable to find file msvcirtd.lib" occurs. I read that this is due to changes in the IO libraries. Kindly advise me on how to get rid of this problem.

Answer by torbjoen
Submitted on 6/2/2004
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I simply copied the mscvirtd.lib from VC++6.0 into the application-folder of the converted .NET application.

It's kind of a hack, but it worked for me.


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