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8/10/10
Original Poster
BenRad

I keep getting a C++ Runtime R6034 error...how do I get rid of it?

Please describe your question/comment in detail (for example, steps to reproduce the problem):
 
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
 
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Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library
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Runtime Error!
 
Program: C:\Users\BenR...
 
R6034
 
An application has made an attempt to load the C runtime library incorrectly.
Please contact the application's support team for more information.
 
 
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OK
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URLs (if applicable): mail.google.com, etc.
 
Extensions installed: None
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All Replies (14)
Clay48
1/13/11
Clay48
I have the same issue with the error R6034. Anytime I hit a drop down field, the error pops up. I too have uninstalled and reinstalled Chrome with no change to this issue. Makes Chrome unusable.
1/13/11
Original Poster
BenRad
Are you using Roboform 7? Despite being a Roboform user for about 6 years I'm no longer able to use it because of this error. When I removed it, the error went away.
2/9/11
Original Poster
BenRad
I'm still having this issue. I'm up to roboform version 7.2.0 and I still get the error. Roboform support has disowned the issue and is blaming it on Chrome.
Deffender
2/9/11
Deffender
Hey BenRad,

What type of hard drive do you have?  Thanks!

-Deffender
2/9/11
Original Poster
BenRad
Seagate ST3160815AS. Just curious why that would matter?
 
Thanks,
 
Ben
Deffender
2/9/11
Deffender
The library in question is chrome.dll as part of an optimization chrome loads the WHOLE thing into memory at start up at low priority read.  What that means is that some 23 mb of DLL are trying to load at initial start of Chrome.  I was wondering if you had an SSD or other specialty drive that might have a problem with this.  

Try this: uninstall Chrome.  Run a registry fixer (like CCleaner or RegCleaner).  restart. Re-install Chrome.  It might be corrupt REG files that is causing the issue. 

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!

-Deffender
2/9/11
Original Poster
BenRad
Thanks for the tips, but unfortunately that's not working. It's odd because I have the same setup at home (Win 7 Pro, Chrome, Roboform 7.2.0) and don't have this problem.
As soon as I install the Roboform Add-On, I get the error.
 
Thanks,
 
Ben
NiallPL
2/17/11
NiallPL
This error has started appearing for me since I installed Roboform. Looks like I'll have to uninstall it for now.
Sturmwulf
3/17/11
Sturmwulf
Went through the whole issue of not finding first nspr4.dll then mozcrt19.dll then MSVCR80.dll and finally gave me the runtime error. After reading this article I closed Roboform and it so far has worked fine. Not sure if I am ready to switch to Chrome if it will not support Roboform. Seems Chrome is the only one that has a lot of problems with it since it runs find on IE and Firefox as well as either Windows or Mac platforms.
marjwyatt
3/24/11
marjwyatt
My Roboform/Chrome adventure followed exactly what Sturmwulf described. i met niallPL on the thread that I opened looking for help. Last night, I opened a Roboform support ticket imploring them to have a look at the problem and directed them to the thread that I've posted below.
 
At the same time I received a response to my trouble ticket with Roboform, Mr. Siber provided a link to a new version of Roboform that solves the problem!
 
http://www.google.com/support/forum/p/Chrome/thread?fid=708745f92912999a00049f35f00c5432&hl=en
Deffender
3/24/11
Deffender
@marjwyatt

Thanks for doing that!  

@BenRad

As the issue is with Roboform you may try uninstalling it and testing to see if the issue stops happening.  This would confirm Roboform as the cause.  After that it would be up to the creators of Roboform to update and resolve the issue their extension is causing in Chrome.  

-Deffender
elpeacen1
3/31/11
elpeacen1
I just started getting this same error and I do not have Roboform. I didn't even know what Roboform is until I read it here and did research. That being the case, it seems that sometimes the problem may be a bug in Google Chrome. I get the same R6034 error attempting to load the C runtime library.
plinley
4/8/11
plinley
1. I too get the error as of the new update for roboform.
2. I am on a domain, which I suspect could be the root of the problem... since chrome installs in the user's personal profile instead of the program files directory...
3. I too was a long-time roboform user, even had the paid version, complete with goodsync, etc.... however, i only have roboform now because i have not completely transitioned all my info over to lastpass... lastpass kicks roboforms a$$! :) especially if you have multiple computers or want to be able to more easily access your info from other compluters without having to worry about all that synchronizing!
DAC324
5/23/11
DAC324
Hello all,
 
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.
 
Kind regards.
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