0xc000007b problem

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0xc000007b problem

Postby Lambo1987 » Sun 19 Jun 2016 14:50

Hello!

I haven't played for a while, so today was my first attempt to launch the game since the Dutch patch.

Unfortunately, the game won't run. I have a 0xc000007b problem. I've read the forum and tried all the solutions I've found, but it still doesn't work.

Any ideas how to make the game run?

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Re: 0xc000007b problem

Postby Nemo KB » Sun 19 Jun 2016 20:54

What specific solutions did you try? 0xc000007b basically just means that the program is asking to do things that Windows realizes make no sense, like trying to do 64 bit things when it's actually supposed to be doing 32 bit things. But the error is vague enough to not really be helpful on its own.
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Re: 0xc000007b problem

Postby Lambo1987 » Mon 20 Jun 2016 21:36

It all started with the MSVCR100.DLL problem. I downloaded that file and the error changed to 0xc000007b.

I reinstalled the game, I tried to install vcredist from the game folder, I run it as admin - neither of it helped.

Before the patch I had no problem with the game. So, any ideas how to fix it?

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Re: 0xc000007b problem

Postby Shifu » Tue 21 Jun 2016 19:51

Please mail to eugsupport@eugen.fr

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Re: 0xc000007b problem

Postby Nemo KB » Tue 21 Jun 2016 20:43

There are two versions of MSVCR100.dll: one for computers with the 32 bit version of Windows, and one for the 64 bit version. It's possible you have the wrong one, or that you have it in the wrong place. I'd recommend checking which version of Windows you have using the System Information panel. Then, remove the files you previously downloaded and instead download either the 32 bit or 64 bit version of Visual C++, which will put the correct version of MSVCR100.dll in the proper location.

Unless I'm mistaken, which is very much possible. I'm still teaching myself how NT binaries work ^^;
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Re: 0xc000007b problem

Postby Lambo1987 » Thu 23 Jun 2016 19:14

the dll versions are fine

any other ideas?

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Re: 0xc000007b problem

Postby Lambo1987 » Fri 1 Jul 2016 19:38

Finally I managed to get in touch with the tech support and they solve my issue!

It was pretty simple: all I had to do was to reinstall visual 2012 redistributable (x86 version).

They also procided a good piece of advice:
If reinstalling it doesn't solve your issue, you can try the steps described here (keep a backup of the files you will overwrite) :
http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/430 ... b#14613369
Please note that Wargame is a 32bits executable, so you must take the 32bits version of Dependency Walker.

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Re: 0xc000007b problem

Postby Fatimaali » Fri 25 May 2018 18:08

0xc000007b is a common Windows application error. When users find this error then get panic because they don't know the best solution to resolve this error. We can get the solution of this error using following methods.
1- Run programs as Administrator because of sometimes non-availability of administrative privileges for the application you are trying to execute cause this error.
2- You must reinstall your program or application then reinstall it.
3-.Net Framework required updating.
4- Update DLL and replace xinput1_3.dll in C drive.

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