I keep getting a C++ Runtime R6034 error...how do I get rid of it?
Open the browser, click on any tab. Error pops up. I've tried completely removing Chrome, all extensions, reinstalling. Can't get rid of it.
Google Chrome version (type about:version into the address bar): 5.0.375.125
Operating System: Windows 7
Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library
An application has made an attempt to load the C runtime library incorrectly.
Please contact the application's support team for more information.
URLs (if applicable): mail.google.com, etc.
Extensions installed: None
As soon as I install the Roboform Add-On, I get the error.
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Deffender already pointed into the right direction:
> As a side note the error R6034 is a generic Windows C++ error for a DLL loading without a proper manifest.
> That means that the contents of the DLL are not registered properly. Good Luck!
It also happens if Windows tried to load a different instance of the C++ runtime DLLs than the registered one. That means there is at least one instance of that DLL which should not be there.
In lots of cases, you will find a MSVCRT80.DLL (and sometimes also a MSVCRT80D.DLL) in the WINDOWS\SYSTEM32 directory. They are, however, supposed to reside somewhere under C:\WINDOWS\WINSXS. After you have made sure that you have instances of those DLLs there, just delete MSVCRT80.DLL and MSVCRT80D.DLL from the C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32 directory. That fixed it for me.
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