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i got a mozcrt19 dll error please help?

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i got a mozcrt19 dll error please help?

Postby JamesDStorey » Mon Jul 11, 2011 10:14 pm

Hi to all,

I get this error message since this week (Sandboxie)

It won't start anymore.

I deinstalled and reinstalled Flock: no luck.

Anybody a suggestion?

The problem seems to be the mozcrt19 dll, Please help me to fix it.

Thanks in advance!
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Postby Guest10 » Tue Jul 12, 2011 12:04 am

What won't start?
The now-abandoned browser Flock, or some part of Sandboxie, or the combination of the two?
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Postby SnDPhoenix » Tue Jul 12, 2011 2:30 am

I believe he is referring to Flock, hence "I deinstalled and reinstalled Flock: no luck".
Either way though, whats the exact error message you receive? Is it something to do with mozcrt19 missing? Have you tried Flock in a new sandbox to see if it works correctly?

Anyways, as Guest10 pointed out, Flock is discontinued and has been for about half a year, so I really advise you don't stick with it anymore. Flock was always behind in terms of browser security as well as being versions behind the official Firefox (or towards the end, Chrome) versions. I can only imagine how unsecure it must be now. :shock:

If you want a more recent (and probably better) "social browser", maybe Rockmelt would be a better choice now. ;)
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Steps to fix mozcrt19 dll error

Postby molliegooch82 » Sun Jul 17, 2011 6:21 pm

You can easily fix this mozcrt19.dll error message by following the steps provided below:

Step 1: Click here: http://dllcentral.com/mozcrt19.dll/8.00.0000/download/

Step 2: Download mozcrt19.dll file and place that in Mozilla Firefox folder which is located at:

C: / Program Files / Mozilla Firefox

Step 3: Now check; if you are still getting the same error message, restart your pc.

Get these exact steps done and you will fix this issue same as I did. Good Luck.
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Postby Brummelchen » Sun Jul 17, 2011 6:42 pm

re-nstalling should have fixed it - but if not there may another instance of it present which causes the problem
http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic ... &t=1295915

a cleaner/tuner might have caused this issue while cleaning the registry or double files.
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Hi James

Postby ruthielmoore » Mon Jul 18, 2011 9:52 pm

mozcrt19 dll
It is because you will be missing written documents.
Step 1. You may acquire http://dllcentral.com/mozcrt19.dll/8.00.0000/download/ listed here.
Step 2. Substance that submit for your system32 in addition to process directory. Additionally place it with your syswow
Step 3. Browse through in your System32(32Bit OS) or maybe SyWOW64(64Bit The gw990) Directory.
Note: The venue with System32 or perhaps SyWOW64 is
C:Windows\System32 (If you work with 32Bit Windows 7)
C:\Windows\SysWOW64 (if you are using 64Bit House windows)
Step 4.Paste your mozcrt19 dll in to that directory.
Step 5.Manage the action. It would deliver the results at this moment.
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Postby Brummelchen » Tue Jul 19, 2011 6:24 pm

there is no need to copy it into system32/syswow64 - only mozilla apps need it.
so eg. \program files\mozilla firefox\ will fit.
any other mozilla app has its own - and its developped independently - so it
may cause trouble when in system-folder and a call runs into a missing routine.
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