Re: linker error 0x0150002

Neel schrieb:

if i run the setup on PC which doesnot have visual studio 8.0 my
application doesnot start and says the following error
"The Application falied to initialize properly(0xc015002).Click to
terminate the applcation. "

Your application is linked to some DLLs that are not available on the target machine. You need to distribute and install any DLL that your application depends on (as long as you have the license to redistribute them).

To see dependent DLLs, open your application with the dependency viewer (depends.exe).


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