I am a software developer working with Visual C++, in Visual Studio 2013. I tried clean installs of windows with and without updating windows, with and without antivirus, restoring old catalogue, uncheck use graphics accelerator, ran memtest86, sfcscannow, safe boot - nothing made any difference. You guessed it, none of these steps work. Just use the ones from Microsoft. I have that application error plus 9 more in the past 7 days according to Internet Explorer ver. If using a 64bit Windows, install both.
Same if you try to kill it in Task Manager. The specified module could not be found. Private messages and other services are unsafe as they cannot be monitored. However, when I tried to start Origin I get the exact same error regarding the 2 Dll files. Last night after the newest Win10 update the exact same thing Moose described happened to me as well and I can confirm your solution to reinstall both 32 and 64 redistributable packages works, even without restart. The issue began in Reader 10. If it's possible for a computer to behave that way or am I guilty of attaching human reactions to a 'machine'? Make sure to use the 32bit dll-file for 32bit software, and 64bit dll-file for 64bit software.
Did you make any recent changes on the computer prior to this issue? Best Regards, Simon Please remember to mark the replies as answers if they help, and unmark the answers if they provide no help. I am building for 32 bit on 64 bit, but the build process itself seems to be working for other executables. Both of mine are the current version. Ask us here at , and try to help others with their problems as well! Just use the ones from Microsoft. Thank you Welcome to the forum. Proven-skills collaborators will have their usernames marked with a dark blue flair.
Hi Chris, I just updated the video driver to the latest version from Intel and the problem still occurs. I've tried just pushing the error message offscreen, but eventually my computer will slow to a crawl and I have to reboot anyway. You would imagine that by now such problems wouldn't happen, but oh well. Just done that - only finding the one Here's a cut and paste of event viewer for the crash as well. Based on my research, the msvcrt.
Looking for a way to fix msvcp120. I have noticed the process still running as well even when launched from the web even though I kill the process something still doesn't seem to clear out which is why I have them reboot. By setting your system in clean boot state helps in identifying if any third party applications or start up items are causing the issue. Can someone out there steer me in the right direction? Lightroom crashes at launch in Windows, with the following error data: Faulting application name: lightroom. I am getting this very strange crash on a client system for my C++ executable: Faulting application Client. With every window update, users receive lots of errors and bug.
But with 2013 Redsit the ProcessShellCommand function was failing when cmdInfo had nothing. Some of the issues can be fixed by just by running inbuilt Windows 10 troubleshooters available for every component. All of them Windows 7 Professional 32 bits. My own google-fu comes up with suggestions to either turn off Windows Error Reporting in the action center since werfault is Windows Error Reporting executable or opening administrative tools, locating werfault. Products, services, surveys, websites - we're here to help with technical issues, not market for others. For instance, a faulty application, msvcr120.
Unfortunately one of the libraries I link against is third party and not available with a static link to the runtime environment, so I can't statically link the executable. We probably can't fix the fact that acrobat crashes; Adobe's support would be better equipped to help you with that. If the above method does not work, go to next method. Rormeister wrote: I have also witnessed Adobe Reader misbehave when documents are opened directly from within Outlook. After solving your problem, please mark it as solved by clicking 'flair' and confirming the 'solved' tag. I'll poke around c++ runtime libs and manually disabling add-ons. I have tried; Several random forums from Googling it, Microsoft forums, Ea Forums, Logitech Forums, sfc scan in the command prompt which found no problems Given that the latest Runtime stuff is 2013 I don't think C++ stuff will be getting changed any time soon.
The problem also occurs on my Windows 8. The first line of Client. That was another issue with Adobe I only recently resolved; filling out pdf forms where, when I would save them and email them to other parties, would come over to them blank. If not, you probably should. I only get the error from the installed version. Microsoft's installer will not place a file there. Try reinstalling the program to fix this problem.
This only managed to get the Logitech software working and only if I ran it after startup. Are the fixes not too complicated for an average joe like me. Again, these crashes seem completely random and are fairly far in between. Ran WhoCrashed on the dump file and got. Step 1: As a workaround, I suggest you to download and install Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable Package and check if it resolves the issue. Just use the ones from Microsoft.
We are not a review site. Best Regards, Simon Please remember to mark the replies as answers if they help, and unmark the answers if they provide no help. Here on this page, you need to select the file according to your operating system architecture. It is a broken file. You may have been tricked into downloading an unsafe version of the emulator from a third party.