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How do I use blender without admin rights? It asks for msvrc120.dll when I try to launch the portable 64bit version and I can't install anything because I'm on my school's computer.
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>>606319
You can try downloading that .dll and putting it into the same directory as the Blender executable.
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>>606321
Already did that but then blender crashes when I go into edit mode or try to add a mesh.
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Download DLLs from the internet for the win.
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>>606319
Delete System32
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>>606319
Shot in the dark here, I don’t use Windows. Maybe you used a 32-bit DLL instead of a 64-bit one? Try a 32-bit Blender build (if available) with that same DLL, if it works that’s probably the issue.
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>>606322
Check your graphics drivers. Might need to change to open cl or other for viewport rendering. Had same issue with daughters comp running Ubuntu with no dedicated gfx card. Right click on anything or go into edit and crash.
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>>606319
Install gentoo
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>>606319
Try the vs2015 builds of blender on builder.blender.org




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