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Hi , I am perl beginner and my mentor has assigned a task of installing few perl modules onto my system and keep it prepared. He has given me 10 modules to install , i studied about perl module installation and was successful in installing most of them. I am working on windows7 machine and i am using Active perl 5.14 and all the modules that i am using are precompiled binary files for windows machine and i am using ppd files to perform installation and all them moduduels i am getting here from this website. I want to install Win32::GuiTest and after installing this module i am getting an error when i run a sample script which uses this module. As soon as i run the program i get an error pop which displayes Perl58.dll is missing in my computer and in the command prompt i get the below error.

Can't load 'C:/Perl/site/lib/auto/Win32/GuiTest/GuiTest.dll' for module Win32::G uiTest: load_file:The specified module could not be found at C:/Perl/lib/DynaLoa line 191. I read in the forum for similar issues but dint understand properly. Can anyone help me what to be done to solve this?

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