The application was unable to start correctly (0xc000007b)

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Tad3j

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Hello all!

After a few days I find a final solution that worked for me, so the steps are here:

1. Delete the msvcp110.dll in:

C:\Windows\System32\
and
C:\Windows\SysWOW64\

2. Download the new file suit to your system (32-bit or 64-bit) from http://www.dll-files.com/

3. Put downloaded .dll file in C:\Windows\System32\ and C:\Windows\SysWOW64\

4. Download and run Microsoft .net Repair from https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=30135
and run it (use Next options on all screens).

5. Download Visual C++ Redistributable Packages for Visual Studio 2013 from:
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=40784 and use "Repair" option.

After those steps, I am able to use all applications including AMD Radeon Settings and Wireshark.

I hope that I help someone! ;)

 

Volex

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Thanks man!!! Worked perfectly, am so happy xD
For people who don't know it, if the game is 64 bit, download both the 64 bit and 32 bit dlls from dll-files.com. Place the 64 bit files IN THE System32 FOLDER!!! And the 32 bit files in the SysWow64 folder. Weird, but otherwise it doesn't work.
And btw replace only the first dlls that are red. If you click them and you see dlls appear under them that are red as well, ignore them and replace the upperlying dll (you clicked to see the other ones).
 

Volex

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No, ignore the red things in the middle of your screen. In the image you supplied you see at the top just the half of a dll (AOMX.EXE or something like that) in a very small view, make that view bigger, there are the red dlls you need to replace.
 

vitalspot

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I have no red dlls there,but still got the error.
 

T-C

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It took me hours of messing around to get the art program Spriter to work on my Surface Pro 4. The answer for me was to download from http://www.dll-files.com/ the 32bit version of MSVCP100.dll and paste it into C:\Windows\SysWOW64 I ran the program again and it worked.
The 64bit .dll didn't work, only the 32bit version. The version number I downloded was (32bit) 10.0.40219.325

If the above doesn't work you could also try the following:

Open Windows Start menu and select "Run...".
Type CMD and press Enter (or if you use Windows ME, type COMMAND)).
Type regsvr32 <filename>.dll and press Enter.
 

Rasmus_6

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Hello guys you don't need to struggle with the files inside the windows folder, just install DirectX that including all the dll.files that the program need. It worked for me when I installed ARK Evolved Survival,Arma 3 and other programs that are in need of these files.http://
 

cyborg05

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THIS ACTUALLY WORKED GUYS! okay so after hours of trying to find solution, i tried this miki's solution

FIRST i opened my 32bit lego game on the 32bit dependency walker
SECOND after it loaded, I found that D3DX9_43.dll (in the top left portion) had a red icon (while others has blue/white?) because it was a 64bit version (x64 was highlighted red on the properties column of the said file in the center panel)
THIRD I downloaded from http://www.dll-files.com/ for a 32bit version for d3dx9_dll
FOURTH extract, copy paste the 32bit file to system32 and sysow64.
FIFTH restart dependency and check if the file's icon is no longer red

I don't how and why it worked. It's just when i restarted the dependency walker, d3dx9_43.dll was fixed and no longer red (tho there were still red icons at the bottom part of the files but I'm guessing those were minor files and dont need fix) That was all I did before I tried starting the game again. Finally it worked! Thank you very much for this!! :D
 

sharvinzlife

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Thanks this worked perfect for me ! :) Could able to find one .dll file I downloaded was 64 bit version, but I needed a 32 bit .dll version of same ! Awesome solution :D
 

STAAAG

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This may be out of the blue but:
I've had this problem appear after trying to get Adobe InDesign CS6 to work.
Now to put it nicely, I was given a version of the software with separate ambtll.dll (64) and ambtll.dll (32) versions... and overwrite the one in the program file.
Normally, because I run a 64 system I overwrote with the ambtll.dll (64) version... Which kept giving me the "(0xc000007b)" error.

I then tried all solutions that involved downloading:
msvcp.dll
.net framework
c++ distr...
but none worked...

After 3 hours I tried overwriting the ambtll.dll in the program folder with the ambtll.dll (32) version... And the Program worked.

Hope this can help some people as this was a frustrating one...
Maybe other software share the same porblem and require a (32) version if you can find one.
 
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