HELP! The application was unable to start correctly (0xc000007b)


I've looked up this error over and over and there's a 1000
"fixes" and none of them have worked for me.
Situation:
Four years ago I purchased Windows 7 Home Premium Pack, which was a
disk set with four licenses. I installed three of them on my wife's
laptop, my laptop, and my desktop, all 32bit. I saved the 4th license
for later.
Over the last year, many of my main software packages
I've been using have dropped 32 bit in favor of 64. They are all
related to Video editing. So I purchased a new 2TB hard drive and
installed it in my desktop as a second boot drive. F12 on power up
gives me the option to boot from my old 32bit drive or the new drive.
I installe
Hello, every few days my computer seems to stop letting programs open.
If I try to open a program like Firefox, for example, the window just
never shows up.
Then trying to open the Task Manager gives me an
error saying, "This application was unable to start correctly.
Click OK to close the application."
I honestly can't think
of what the problem could be. This is happening on a fresh install of
Windows 7 Professional 64-bit from about 3 weeks ago
Any help
would be greatly appreciated, Thanks.
Windows XP & 7 & 8
I get this error when I open up a specific .exe I'm trying to access,
none others give this error, just this one. What could the problem
be?
Windows XP & 7 & 8
For some reason when I open up certain programs in my computer I get
this problem. The programs include Adobe Premiere Pro, Office 2013 and
a few other programs.
.
Here are the details of my system
computer:
I have also done a scheduled system scan and it took
hours to complete but didn't solve any errors.
My friend to me
to reinstall Windows 7 but I don't want to do that. I have a lot of
important stuff to keep. How do I solve this problem?
Help is
greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance
Windows XP & 7 & 8
Hello guys I think I messed it up bad I was working on making a theme
and I restarted to this error.
explorer.exe the application was
unable to start correctly (0xc000007b).
And the whole screen is
black with a cursor in the middle, and there is no option to do, even
the task manager doesnot work.
I booted to cmd with administrator
rights and typed in sfc.exe/scannow, but it says there is a system
repair pending and I need to reboot, but when I rebooted and run it
again, it said the same thing.
Any help?
Windows XP & 7 & 8
I just installed Windows 8.1 on a second hard-drive so that I can
dual-boot between Windows 7 and Windows 8.1.
I reinstalled all
of my programs, games, etc and everything is absolutely amazing.
Windows 8.1 is actually really fast!
Anyways... Everything is
working great except 1 thing! I have a standalone .exe (requires no
installation, so there's no direct connection to an OS via registry or
anything) that will NOT open on Windows 8.1
If I attempt to open
it on my Windows 8.1, I get the error "The Application was unable
to start correctly (0xc000007b)"
but on my Windows 7, it
works just fine..
I've done a LOT of rese
Windows XP & 7 & 8
I've looked up this error over and over and there's a 1000
"fixes" and none of them have worked for me.
Situation:
Four years ago I purchased Windows 7 Home Premium Pack, which was a
disk set with four licenses. I installed three of them on my wife's
laptop, my laptop, and my desktop, all 32bit. I saved the 4th license
for later.
Over the last year, many of my main software packages
I've been using have dropped 32 bit in favor of 64. They are all
related to Video editing. So I purchased a new 2TB hard drive and
installed it in my desktop as a second boot drive. F12 on power up
gives me the option to boot from my old 32bit drive or the new drive.
I installe
Windows XP & 7 & 8

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