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0xc00007b error - Win7 64 Bit

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Eambo

Wrenchman

12-20-2014

Can you verify if you can see those files?

I have a bunch of folders in C:\Windows\winsxs\ called x86_microsoft.windows.gdiplus(with a lot of numbers and letters on the end) - do you have those too?

Does it still crash after replacing the dx9 file?


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Lee Sin Carry

Recruiter

12-20-2014

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Eambo:
Can you verify if you can see those files?

I have a bunch of folders in C:\Windows\winsxs\ called x86_microsoft.windows.gdiplus(with a lot of numbers and letters on the end) - do you have those too?

Does it still crash after replacing the dx9 file?


I don't know where to place it, cuz it has no directory, as you can see here:
http://oi62.tinypic.com/vfk09j.jpg
Where should i place it?

There are some others problems:
  • C:\Riot Games\League of Legends\Config\ - input.ini: ReadAttributes Synchronize - OBJECT_NAME_NOT_FOUND
  • C:\Riot Games\League of Legends\RADS\projects\lol_air_client - RADS: ReadAttributes Synchronize -
    OBJECT_NAME_NOT_FOUND
  • C:\Riot Games\League of Legends\RADS\projects\lol_air_client\releases\0.0.1.123 - RADS: ReadAttributes Synchronize - OBJECT_NAME_NOT_FOUND
  • C:\User - telemetry.cfg: ReadAttributes Synchronize - OBJECT_NAME_NOT_FOUND
  • C:\User\App Data - telemtry.cfg: ReadAttributes Synchronize - OBJECT_NAME_NOT_FOUND
  • C:\System32\driver\ect\host - host folder: ReadAttributes Synchronize - OBJECT_NAME_NOT_FOUND
  • C:\System32 - nvscap.dll: LoadLibrary - DLL_NOT_FOUND
  • C:\System32 - oem.cfg: ReadAttributes Synchronize - OBJECT_NAME_NOT_FOUND
  • C:\SysWOW64 - user32.dll: Resource - Error
  • C:\SysWOW64 - mlang.dll: Resource - Error


"I have a bunch of folders in C:\Windows\winsxs\ called x86_microsoft.windows.gdiplus(with a lot of numbers and letters on the end) - do you have those too?"
Me too, there are a lot of folders with strange numbers but I can't find the gdiplus one where SpyStudio says there is an error.


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pierreluc14

Senior Member

12-20-2014

Update direct x http://www.microsoft.com/en-US/download/details.aspx?id=35

Update Microsoft net framework http://www.microsoft.com/en-US/download/details.aspx?id=42642


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Lee Sin Carry

Recruiter

12-20-2014

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pierreluc14:
Update direct x http://www.microsoft.com/en-US/download/details.aspx?id=35

Update Microsoft net framework http://www.microsoft.com/en-US/download/details.aspx?id=42642


I already have the latest version of DirectX and .net framework and still not working, thanks anyway.


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Eambo

Wrenchman

12-20-2014

Lee Sin Carry,

Don't worry about those errors, they're generally benign. Looking at the screenshot though, do you have LoL installed in your root of D:\?

If so, I'd recommend moving all LoL files into a folder (IE: D:\League of Legends) - LoL has sometimes had issues with being extracted to the root of a directory.

As for the D3D file, place it into C:\Windows\System32 - this is where D3D files are stored generally.


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Lee Sin Carry

Recruiter

12-20-2014

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Eambo:
Lee Sin Carry,

Don't worry about those errors, they're generally benign. Looking at the screenshot though, do you have LoL installed in your root of D:\?

If so, I'd recommend moving all LoL files into a folder (IE: D:\League of Legends) - LoL has sometimes had issues with being extracted to the root of a directory.

As for the D3D file, place it into C:\Windows\System32 - this is where D3D files are stored generally.


Nope, I have LoL installed on C:\. When I formatted my PC, the technician moved my desktop to D:\, but it's just the desktop. All the programs are installed on C:\, I could try installing it on D:\, but I don't think that will fix the error. I will try also to put the D3D dll in System 32.


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Lee Sin Carry

Recruiter

12-21-2014

Quote:
Eambo:
Lee Sin Carry,

Don't worry about those errors, they're generally benign. Looking at the screenshot though, do you have LoL installed in your root of D:\?

If so, I'd recommend moving all LoL files into a folder (IE: D:\League of Legends) - LoL has sometimes had issues with being extracted to the root of a directory.

As for the D3D file, place it into C:\Windows\System32 - this is where D3D files are stored generally.


System32 is the right place for D3D.dll, I placed it there but still not working. I tried other games and LoL it's the only one giving me problems. No way to fix it.


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Lee Sin Carry

Recruiter

12-21-2014

Looks like I have to quit the game after 1 year of gaming.


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Lee Sin Carry

Recruiter

12-22-2014

bump, help please


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KillAlabaster

Junior Member

12-22-2014

I am in exactly the same boat as you are... spent hours trying to fix this now and nothing.

Launcher and all runs beautifully, but when I launch the tutorial to learn how to play this thing, I get the 0xc000007b error and can't play any further.

Diablo 3 working like a bomb... LOL, won't even start