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Al, FYI

On fresh installs of Windows 7 Home Premium and Windows 10 Home I couldn’t get the 20 September 2016 release of “rtlsdr_scan-windows-64bit.exe” to load until I installed “msvcr100.dll” into either the RTLSDR Scanner directory or the Windows\System32 directory. It doesn’t seem to matter which one. I didn’t experience this issue with Windows 7 Professional or Windows 10 Professional releases.

After I install Microsoft Visual C++ 2013 X64 and run Zadig_2.2, I find I need the following in the RTLSDR Scanner directory for your 64 Bit Stand Alone version to work:
convenience_static.lib
libusb-1.0.dll
msvcr100.dll (Windows 7 Home Premium and Windows 10 Home only)
pthreadVC2-w64.dll
rtl_test.exe
rtlsdr.dll
rtlsdr.lib
rtlsdr_scan-windows-64bit.exe
rtlsdr_static.lib

Also, I’ve noticed that the 64 Bit Stand Alone versions take considerably longer to load on all three of my machines. Is this normal?

Thanks for this really great program.