APPLICATION ERROR 0XC000007B

APPLICATION ERROR 0XC000007B

IN WINDOWS 7/8/10 FIXED

Error 0xc000007b is Windows errors show your computer. Users have to face these days while accessing some application. Error 0xc000007b usually comes from mixing up a 32-bit and 64-bit. Here an example for slove facing problem, the 32-bit application loads a 64-bit dll causing a 0xc000007b error.ERROR 0XC000007B

Step1: to fix Application Error

In many cases, it’s .NET framework show issues. This can easily fix this problem  and re-installing latest .NET framework from http://www.microsoft.com/net

Step 2: Re-Install Application

You can go to Re-install the application that you are trying to run. It simple but the application data files could be corrupt or missing on your computer. This file is not installed successfully.

Step 3: Resolve Application Error 0XC000007B

After that go to Running the application as an administrator could fix this error on your computer. Right-click on the program shortcut or program and choose .exe file, then click on Properties, and on the Compatibility tab. Check your screen “Run this program as an administrator” box, and click OK.

Step 4: How to solve Application error

You can Restart your computer. Some applications require a restart after installation to function properly.

Step 5

After that, you can run Windows Update as it can provide application fixes and updates. Furthermore, it installs missing drivers and updates. Windows 8.1/8/7 users need to search for “Windows Update.” You can Select all important and optional updates and click on the “install updates” button. You can use Windows XP navigate to Windows Update by choosing Start > Click All Programs > Windows Update. When the scan is complete, After that Click the “Review and Install Updates” link. Finally, press the “install now” button.

Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1, Windows XP

Step 6: How to fix windows application error

After that Manually update the application, if possible.

Step 7: Re-install Microsoft Visual Application

You can Re-install Microsoft Visual C++ from [x32 link] or [x64 link]

Step 8: Re-Install DirectX Application

After that go to Re-install DirectX [link]

Step 9: fix Windows XP Application error

Your hard disk problems repaired using the chkdsk command. If you are using Windows 7 in your computer, go to press the start button in the bottom left corner of your screen. If you are using Windows 8 / 8.1 press the Windows key and search for “cmd” and Right click it and select “Run as administrator.” Windows XP users Click on start > run. In the Run box, type in “cmd” in the box. Windows 7, Windows 8 / 8.1.

After That CMD window should appear. In that window, you can type it as you see “chkdsk c: /f /r”. If you have more then one drive or partition, you will need to tell it the disk (chkdsk d: /f /r).
It is your primary Windows disk c: it will ask you to schedule it for next boot. When you restart the computer, it will do a chkdsk for you before even getting to the login screen.

Step 10: Resolve Error Code 0XC000007B

This solution only works for a 64-bit system on your computer. It requires replacing files in the system32 directory so be careful. Only you can attempt this solution.  If you are confident and if other solutions have failed. When Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable Package is not properly work in your computer. It may cause a 0xc00007b error.

First, download the zip file http://www.bitdefender.com/files/KnowledgeBase/file/dlls.zip and decompress it. Reboot in safe mode and go to C:\Windows\System32. Copy all files included in the zip package (mfc100.dll, mfc100u.dll, msvcr100.dll, msvcp100.dll and msvcr100_clr0400.dll) to C:\Windows\System32 replacing the current ones. After that reboot in normal mode.

If These steps can’t solve your problem, then please call online technical support phone number 1-855-241-6700. They will help you to get Rid of Application ERROR 0XC000007B. 

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