Another email came in my inbox today. It is about Norton WinDoctor issuing errors about msvcr80.dll. If one does “One Button Checkup” with Norton WinDoctor 9.0 after .Net Framework 2.0 or Visual Studio 2005 is installed. It usually gives about all ten errors are in subfolders from C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\ . At some point Martyn search web for forums and discussions of these issue and answered questions. I would just post recommendation already given by Martyn on forums:
a) First of all, do NOT copy msvcr80, msvcp80 or msvcm80 to either System32 or C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\ or Visual Studio directories. They do not belong to these folders and cannot be used by VS components. You are just polluting the hard drive.
b) If you’ve already put the files in these places, please delete them.
c) You can safely tell WinDoctor to ignore this problem.
As far as I know, Norton has been already informed by many people about this issue, so it may already been fixed.