You can install Tensor Flow either from our provided binary packages or from the github source.The Tensor Flow Python API supports Python 2.7 and Python 3.3 .New changeset 3cb97ffd9ddf by Steve Dower in branch '3.5': Issue #24847: Fixes tcltk installer layout of VC runtime DLL https://hg.python.org/cpython/rev/3cb97ffd9ddf New changeset 13ceedb92923 by Steve Dower in branch 'default': Issue #24847: Fixes tcltk installer layout of VC runtime DLL https://hg.python.org/cpython/rev/13ceedb92923Pull request for 3.5.0 is at https://bitbucket.org/larry/cpython350/pull-requests/3/issue-24847-fixes-tcltk-installer-layout/diff.When merged, this can change back to normal priority for the rest of the fix.I have heard enough that LIB is for static linking and DLL is for dynamic linking.So my current understanding is that LIB contains the implementation of the methods and is statically linked at link time as part of the final EXE file.Long term (probably 3.5.1, possibly 3.5.0rc2 if I can get it done) I want to build tcl/tk differently so we don't have the dependency on this unstable part of the VC runtime, but deploying it now is the easiest way to keep tcl/tk working.The biggest risk is that extension authors may plan to depend on it - currently distutils bdist_ext does not use it, but that is already causing compatibility issues with old code (a.k.a.
The file is installed into Target (which is actually a directory reference into the installer, but DLLs is as self-explanatory as it seems) plus the relative path from Target Base to the original filename.
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I ran regsvr32 with elevated comand prompt in system32 and targeting the file I put in the Renamer's program folder.
I tried installing the latest Visual Studio and Visual Studio Runtime 6. The only other thing I can think of is formatting everything and starting over.