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Cannon_Ball_Taylor #21 Posted Jul 06 2013 - 04:59

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View PostStompLab, on Jul 05 2013 - 21:54, said:

try to run WoT again, then when it crashes go to your event viewer (click start, the type event viewer), go to applications and see if there is an error there. If there is post it here.
I see no error.

misscleo #22 Posted Jul 06 2013 - 05:02

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View PostCannon_Ball_Taylor, on Jun 29 2013 - 19:34, said:

Hi,

  So i've recently downloaded the game as i clicked "play" this poped up "The application was unable to start correctly (0xc000007b). Click OK to close the application". No idea what to do now. Help?
That error means the application cannot find a dependency (ex. dll files) it requires. Start worldoftanks.exe not the launcher, you should get a different error message pointing to the missing resource. The usual causes are the following:

DirectX End-User Runtime Web Installer
Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 SP1 Redistributable Package (x86)

View PostStompLab, on Jun 29 2013 - 19:57, said:

Clean your registry ( I use CCleaner) and then try running the program again.

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You must have had a bad experience. There is nothing wrong with cleaning your registry.
It doesn't happen often, but blindly deleting registry keys is a great way to lose data or cause other serious problems. Telling someone who likely doesn't even have a clue what the registry is, to run ccleaner, is just bad advice. I use it all the time when working with messed up pcs (usually when uninstalling antiviruses), but I actually know what each key I'm removing does. You might want to read this.

StompLab #23 Posted Jul 07 2013 - 03:16

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It doesn't happen often, but blindly deleting registry keys is a great way to lose data or cause other serious problems. Telling someone who likely doesn't even have a clue what the registry is, to run ccleaner, is just bad advice. I use it all the time when working with messed up pcs (usually when uninstalling antiviruses), but I actually know what each key I'm removing does. You might want to read

That's the problem I run in to. I assume the user has more knowledge than they actually do, this is something that I have to overcome.

Edited by StompLab, Jul 07 2013 - 03:17.


Cannon_Ball_Taylor #24 Posted Jul 07 2013 - 04:48

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View Postmisscleo, on Jul 06 2013 - 05:02, said:

That error means the application cannot find a dependency (ex. dll files) it requires. Start worldoftanks.exe not the launcher, you should get a different error message pointing to the missing resource. The usual causes are the following:

DirectX End-User Runtime Web Installer
Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 SP1 Redistributable Package (x86)



It doesn't happen often, but blindly deleting registry keys is a great way to lose data or cause other serious problems. Telling someone who likely doesn't even have a clue what the registry is, to run ccleaner, is just bad advice. I use it all the time when working with messed up pcs (usually when uninstalling antiviruses), but I actually know what each key I'm removing does. You might want to read this.
Still, nothing. Getting the same message.

Cannon_Ball_Taylor #25 Posted Jul 12 2013 - 04:47

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View PostStompLab, on Jul 07 2013 - 03:16, said:

That's the problem I run in to. I assume the user has more knowledge than they actually do, this is something that I have to overcome.
Got any other ideas I may try to solve this? Still nothing.

sendero #26 Posted Jul 12 2013 - 05:16

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I would try this if you have not already done it.


http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929833