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I ended up having to uninstall IIS Url Rewrite Module 2.0, then reinstalling. After the reinstall everything worked. I did not need to use the link in the question to reinstall.


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This site is in fact a site that is blocked by Norton. Here is a report to what Norton says about the site you have downloaded the DLLs from. https://safeweb.norton.com/report/show?url=http:%2F%2Fwww.dll-files.com%2F&product=NSBU&version=22.5.4.24&lang=0901&source=toolbar I would suggest getting Norton 360 or some other application to ...


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You also have to install the Update for Universal C Runtime in Windows This update install the missing Api-ms-win-crt-runtime-l1-1-0.dll.


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You can't get access to it (regardless of your permissions) because Windows itself is using it to function. Boot from another OS (like say, a Linux LiveCD or a Windows install disk) and rename it from there. Warning: This a really bad idea, and will possibly keep your Windows from booting. Ensure you make a full backup first.


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THE SOLUTION: Disable McAfee Host IPS in Quick Settings or add an exception for Outlook.exe in McAfee. Source: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/forum/office_2016-outlook/outlook-2016-crashes-when-launch/a4a9ed10-ce64-48c2-ba50-bf785e7b9758?page=2 This definitely worked for me.


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If I were you, I would set up Process Monitor to track what's running that command. Set the filter to anything containing that GUID, then let it run for a few minutes until the prompt comes up. That should reveal the source, or at least give you some clues.


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The 5.82 is the version for old legacy applications. The newer version includes the UXTheme support that Windows supports since Windows XP.


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I just got the same error after the latest windows update, restarted the machine yesterday after 31 days uptime. theRenamer worked fine since I updated to win 10,up until the last update... I also tried installing a visual basic service pack, witch made the program start once, 2nd time I got the error again. Maybe it's needed to install the visual basic ...


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You updated windows and as a result you have missing DLL files? Sounds fishy. Even if this the case the situation now is worse because you downloaded system files from some crude website. Your system might be infected with malware. You downloaded suspicious files. The only thing to do here is: wipe your hard disk. Install your operating system from scratch ...


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While the fix recommended by Raystafarian helped, the full solution included removing the following registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\TypeLib{00020813-0000-0000-C000-000000000046}\1.8 I'm now a very happy camper.


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When you install mingw C++ tools, you also need to install mingw32-base. Here's a pic:


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way 1: Add reference DAO 3.6 library to project. way 2: Const TypeLibCLSID = "{00025E01-0000-0000-C000-000000000046}" References.AddFromGuid TypeLibCLSID, 5, 0 way 3: strPath = Environ$("CommonProgramFiles(x86)") & "\Microsoft Shared\DAO\DAO350.DLL" or strPath = Environ$("CommonProgramFiles") & "\Microsoft Shared\DAO\DAO350.DLL" References....


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It's just contained inside the java.exe , but also in many other executables.



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