since every piece of software you install uses some version of that dll or c++ package, it's it's either corrupted or gone or maybe messed up in registry.
Save yourself some time...format and reinstall. It will cost you a couple hours, but save head-aches in the long run.
However, you can always go over to the Technet forums and post there.
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