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Missing mcvcp140.dll




C++. Wrote the code in Visual Studio 2017. Build the application as Release x86. I’m trying to run it on another computer (windows 7×64 installed). Doesn’t start. Writes Missing mcvcp140.dll. What to disable or enable in the Visual Studio settings so that the project is compiled without this component? I know that I need to reinstall the Visual C++ package on that machine, but I want it to work without it.

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You need to statically link with CRT libraries. Apparently you have a dynamic one.

Visual Studio 2013. Static linking with CRT libraries

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