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Windows 7: Application Error 0xc000007b + a lot of corrupt files

22 Aug 2015   #1
DaKevsta

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit
 
 
Application Error 0xc000007b + a lot of corrupt files

Hi

I've had a big problem with my windows lately. The problem being that a lot of programs show an error (0xc000007b) and then closing.



This has been happening with a lot of applications like:RawCapConv.exe, Greenshot and Handbrake.
So i started reading some forums about this kind of error and somwere it said to use Dependency Walker.
Used that and got this:


To me thats corrupt files so i ran sfc /scannow and it show me that many files were not fixed.

Things i have tried:
1.Ran sfc multiple times
2.Reinstalled all c++ runtimes
3.Repaired the installation of .NET runtime

How can i fix the error and the files without reinstalling windows.
I do have a Win7 install disk, but a clean install would be my last resort.


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17 Dec 2015   #2
DaKevsta

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit
 
 

I actually found out caused this finally

It was the W32.Virut.CF virus

Reinstalled windows, and that fixed it
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