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Help please... just upgraded my computer, getting 0xc000007b errors everywhere.

#11bob742ombPosted 4/30/2014 2:41:51 PM
check this: http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1991597/windows-64bit-error-0xc000007b.html#12504980
#12Distant_Rainbow(Topic Creator)Posted 4/30/2014 2:59:32 PM
Getting rid of the programs and re-installing them still doesn't fix the issue.

Now I'm getting pretty badly peeved. :(

bob742omb posted...
check this: http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1991597/windows-64bit-error-0xc000007b.html#12504980


Thanks for the chkdsk tip on that link.

Looks like I've done everything mentioned there except that one, and the very last tip that has a 'don't do this unless everything else has failed' vibe.

Will run chkdsk on the drives, then come back.
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#13Distant_Rainbow(Topic Creator)Posted 5/1/2014 2:45:51 PM
So... chkdsk doesn't work either. Still that goddamn error.

*sigh*

All right, I don't know what might happen, but now I'm about to try that very last one.

Hope this doesn't blow up in my face... :/
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#14arleasPosted 5/1/2014 2:49:14 PM
Distant_Rainbow posted...
So... chkdsk doesn't work either. Still that goddamn error.

*sigh*

All right, I don't know what might happen, but now I'm about to try that very last one.

Hope this doesn't blow up in my face... :/


Did you try this:
fix 0xc00007b error "the application was unable to start correctly"

there may be multiple reasons as to why you might receive 0xc00007b error when trying to run an application on a windows machine. 0xc000007b error usually comes from mixing up 32bit environment with 64bit one. For example 32bit application loads a 64bit dll causing 0xc000007b error.

Solution 1
In most cases it's .NET framework causing issues. This can easily fixed by re-installing latest .NET framework from [link]

Solution 2
Re-install the application that you are trying to run. It sounds simple but the application data files could be corrupt or missing. This could be caused by a installation that did not complete successfully or by a virus.

Solution 3
Running the application as an administrator could fix this error. Right click on the program shortcut or program .exe file, then click on Properties, and on the Compatibility tab. Check the Run this program as an administrator box, and click on OK



Solution 4
Restart your computer as some applications require restart after installation to function properly.



Solution 5
Run Windows update as it can provide application fixes and updates. Furthermore it installs missing drivers and updates the outdated ones like graphic card drivers. Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 users need to search for "windows update". select all important and optional updates and click on the "install updates" button. If you use Windows XP navigate navigate to Windows Update by choosing Start > All Programs > Windows Update. When the scan is complete,Click the Review and Install Updates link. Finally press the "install now" button.

Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1


It's marked "BEST SOLUTION" so you should probably have looked at that first.
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#15Distant_Rainbow(Topic Creator)Posted 5/1/2014 2:52:37 PM
Yes, I did try every single one of those. Either they don't work, or just respond that the updates are the newest as is and no further updates are possible.

This last one has, like, warning symbols attached to it so I don't wish to resort to it, but now I'm all out of options, kind of. >_>
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#16Distant_Rainbow(Topic Creator)Posted 5/2/2014 9:35:16 AM
So... good news and bad news.

Good news is that, after replacing the .dlls in safe mode, the computer didn't implode on me like in my worst-case scenario.

Bad news is that this goddamn error still persists.

...Gah!

Now I really have no idea what to do. Do I seriously have to reinstall the whole OS and everything?!

Any other tips, anyone? Anyone?... T_T
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#17KillerTrufflePosted 5/2/2014 9:41:28 AM
It might be worth a shot... but I actually wonder if there might be some problem with a piece of hardware that might be causing it? You shouldn't have installed *too* much if you only recently installed Windows, so reinstalling might be worth a shot... and if that doesn't work, I think I personally would start trying to troubleshoot hardware one piece at a time until I found the culprit.
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#18burn420247Posted 5/2/2014 9:44:02 AM
Distant_Rainbow posted...
Do I seriously have to reinstall the whole OS and everything?!



its pretty common place when buliding a NEW rig with a NEW operating system to just RE-INSTALL everything. the only things you wanna copy/paste are your documents, vids, photos, movies, music....

otherwise, you run into constant problems like the one's you are experiencing.

save yourself the headache next time, take the time set up your new rig properly.
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#19Distant_Rainbow(Topic Creator)Posted 5/2/2014 9:52:08 AM
burn420247 posted...
its pretty common place when buliding a NEW rig with a NEW operating system to just RE-INSTALL everything. the only things you wanna copy/paste are your documents, vids, photos, movies, music....

otherwise, you run into constant problems like the one's you are experiencing.

save yourself the headache next time, take the time set up your new rig properly.


But I DID properly re-install the software after the copying thing didn't work... Deleted the copied stuff and everything. Still did nothing... ;_;
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#20KillerTrufflePosted 5/2/2014 9:53:15 AM
You mean you installed Windows fresh, from scratch, rather than just installing over the previous version or something? Like you actually formatted the drive and did a fresh install?
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