Suddenly when I wanted to launch Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain the system error mfplat.dll is missing from your computer appeared. At first I thought it’s some kind of virus, so I immediately rebooted my computer and after logging in scanned it with my antivirus and anti-malware tool. However, no threats were found, but the mfplat.dll is missing problem persisted. I’ve tried reinstalling the game itself but it didn’t help and I lost all my saves. Anyway I tried to contact game support via forum and a lot of friendly forum users advised me various solutions. Mostly they told me to do what I have already done, but one user suggested me to manually install missing mfplat.dll library.
So, basically the mfplat.dll is missing error in Metal Gear Solid V was happening because of missing mfplat.dll library, that is required to run the game. I am not sure if this library comes with game or not, so that’s why the reinstallation of the game might not solve the issue. I was wondering how come that mfplat.dll file disappeared from my computer, but there are lots of reasons why it could happen. The most important is that to fix mfplat.dll is missing error in Metal Gear Solid V is easy and you don’t need to install third party programs or reinstall windows. Simply go to the http://fix4dll.com/mfplat_dll and download the library. After that just follow the installation instructions provided on the downloading page.
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