There are run-time dll eror but Redistributable Pack dont solve

Summary :

-There is no c++ in this pc
-this was written in visual studio 2013 and i have download Visual C++ Redistributable Packages for Visual Studio 2013
manually download dlls or more compotible method ?
problems are in the picture and error is “not found dll”
has anybody know what should i do ?

The answer is in your previous thread.


thank you for your answer but there is no c++ and i m trying solve problem after building time
for example donwloading dlls or downloading a pack…, if there is…

there cant be a non-development error cos there arent 2 pc in this example

there were c++ in this pc and know deleted…

and these errors occured

this is same pc and vst must run without c++


i have download Visual C++ Redistributable Packages for Visual Studio 2013

there must not be eror or could not

becouse if you code a program you dont need software after compile, exe or another format can run alone

this problem is that…

This is exactly your problem. Modern softwares often rely on dynamic libraries. They are loaded by your program. That is what the dependency walker is showing. Read here about dynamic libraries.

Second, @Rail_Jon_Rogut Rail suggested you should build a release dll to work in your non-development DAW. But the screenshot shows that your SedatVST.dll links against MSVCP120D.dll (amongst others). So you didn’t build in release mode.
You find answers using a search engine of your choice entering the dll you are missing, here StackOverflow

Good luck

i have manually download the dlls that arent and vst works know

your solution was happened

i think “Visual C++ Redistributable Packages for Visual Studio 2013” is not alone solve method

thank your answers and i have read there and lernt real solution

these are from there:
"Well, there is one option that I know of: Go to your Project’s Debug configuration > C/C++ > Code Generation > Runtime Library and select Multi-threaded Debug (/MTd). This will statically link MSVCP120D.dll into your executable. "