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MSSTDFMT.DLL Problems

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Firstly many thanks for releasing Radar Contact as freeware this is very much appreciated.

Even though I have read right through all the problems associated with msstdfmt.dll I cannot get Radar  Contact to work.  I have even re-installed it over the original installation but to no effect, I have also looked in Windows for the dll but it is not there so hoping that someone would be able to suggest how I can obtain this file in order to run RCv4.  I have looked on the Microsoft site to see if there is one to download as I mistrust other sites but unfortunately Microsoft do not have it (that I could see).

Does this dll come with RC4 and if so do I need to re-download it just in case the download missed something.

Any help would be appreciated.  Incidentally, I tried all methods given in past posts.  I am running Win10 64bit and the dll file is in neither folder of system 32 or SysWOW 64.

Regards

Nigel.

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Nigel,

I suggest you write to the address JD provided in the pinned top topic. He should be ably to help. I have RC4 installed on a W7 PC and I don’t have access to my main W10 PC in order to check.


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Nigel - I got mine from dlldownloader.com - had no AV or spyware hits. Copied it to the syswow64 folder and registered it in the system. All worked fine.

 

Vic


 

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Ray, vgbaron, very many thanks for your help and quick response to my problem,  I downloaded the dll from the site given by vgbaron and then registered it through DOS.  

Radar Contact is now up and running and presently I am working my way through the manual.

By all accounts, this appears to be a fantastic ATC add-on and will definitely keep me on my toes when flying!!

Presently using FSX and although I have X Plane 11 I will be looking towards P3d to run as well sometime in 2019 and really pleased to know that RC works in that sim.

Again, many thanks for your help.

Regards
Nigel.

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Nigel,

Glad you resolved the problem. To best learn how to use RC4 you should fly the ones in the tutorial.


Ray (Cheshire, England).
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17 hours ago, vgbaron said:

Nigel - I got mine from dlldownloader.com - had no AV or spyware hits. Copied it to the syswow64 folder and registered it in the system. All worked fine.

 

Vic

I did a search for this dll on that site and didn't find it. Should the search be under a certain category?

 


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17 hours ago, vgbaron said:

Nigel - I got mine from dlldownloader.com - had no AV or spyware hits. Copied it to the syswow64 folder and registered it in the system. All worked fine.

 

Vic

I found it. Thanks

 


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Hi Lenny777 good to hear that you got it OK, took me a few minutes to locate it as there were so many of the dll blighters though being in alphabetical order helped enormously.

Regards

Nigel.

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I tried to access dlldownloader.com. My Malawarebytes protector popped up with a warning that the cite contains a Trojan. I have also read warnings elsewhere about using that source....

Sherm

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I have followed all the suggestions in the forums. MSSTDFMT.dll has been downloaded many times and placed in all the recommended folders, one at a time.  I still get a

Run-time Error 713

Class not registered

You need the following file to be installed on your machine

MSSTDFMT.dll

 

Any suggestion gratefully accepted.

Bob (theyorks)

 

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You need to register the DLL. This pinned topic should help.

But before that you need to save the downloaded file to the correct folder. The help provided in this topic should give you the answer. You may get more help if you state your OS.


Ray (Cheshire, England).
System: P3D v4.5, Intel i7-8086K o/c to 4.6Ghz, Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti 11Gb, Samsung 970 EVO M.2 SSD, 1Tb Samsung 860 EVO SSD, Asus Prime Z370-A mobo, 32Gb G.Skill DDR4 3000Mhz RAM, Win 10 Pro 64-bit, BenQ PD3200U 32” UHD monitor.
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