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[Bug] DB Browser 3.11.2 missing MSVCR120.dll

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corvus
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[Bug] DB Browser 3.11.2 missing MSVCR120.dll

I can't get this to run, there's a small kick in the CPU usage according to Task Manager but then nothing.

I have two previous versions of the same thing, all located as separate directories under C:\Portable Apps\SQL Utilities but I've also tried it from other locations (and downloaded it twice, just in case).

The other two work fine, and produce entries in Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\sqlitebrowser\sqlitebrowser, but the new one doesn't get that far.

Can anyone suggest what I should try next please.

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Nobody?

Nobody?

I'm stuck because the versions of sqlite bundled with the older apps don't recognise tables created with new functions introduced in more recent versions.

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Hve I done something to upset

Have I done something to upset someone, is there really no-one prepared to offer any sort of help or support with this? I can't get it to run at all, despite many attempts. Could someone at least confirm they're reading this and that it runs on their machine please.

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I read almost every post, but

I read almost every post, but I can't help diagnose your problem sorry.

I run on a Mac these days, and this week I am in a place with horrible internet and it would take me at least a week just to download a VM.

Something you can try though: instead of running it from the Platform or via the DBBrowserPortable.exe, please navigate down to the App/DBBrowser folder and run the DBBrowser.exe file directly (forgive me if the names or folder structure are not exactly what I am writing - I'm doing this completely from memory). This will bypass our portable bits, and if the program throws an error about a missing system component you should get to see it. That error message will help us determine if there is something missing/wrong on your end, or if our package may be missing something that has only recently been made a dependency.

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Both the 64- and 32-bit

Both the 64- and 32-bit versions fail because 'MSVCR120.dll was not found'. However a version of that file is included with SQLiteDatabaseBrowserPortable_3.10.1, and copying it across makes 3.11.2 work. So I think there is a file missing from the package.

Thanks very much Smile

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No problem, glad I could help

That's usually a pretty safe bet as to why an app fails from one version to the next when a dependency has been left out or not updated.

I've updated the post title so it gets picked up quicker by someone who can fix it!

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