Hey everyone, I have noticed people are getting a lot of .dll errors and have been turning to Programs, programs which, can be very complicated at times and buggy, and many don't know where to get them and don't know where to put them once they've gotten them. So enjoy.

Download Links:

[Only registered and activated users can see linksClick Here To Register - d3dx9_29.dll
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[Only registered and activated users can see linksClick Here To Register - mssp32.dll
[Only registered and activated users can see linksClick Here To Register - msvcp100.dll
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Note: These links will take you directly to the download site, the first URL if you were to google them.

1. Download any .dll file you need.

2. When these files are downloaded they will come in a .RAR format, you must have WinRAR to extract these. WinRAR archiver, a powerful tool to process RAR and ZIP files. Both 32-bit and 64-bit english versions available.

3. Once you have WinRAR just extract the .dll to desktop

4. Move/drag the .dll files in to your Combat Arms folder.
(By default it should be CNexon\Combat Arms). From experience, if you put it into your System32 Folder it never really works, but it does work in your Combat Arms folder 100%, thats a fact.

5. Now you shouldn't get anymore .dll errors, from experience these errors comes in
twos, maybe even threes.