I did refer to this: "The application was unable to start correctly (0xc0150004). Click OK to close the application.". I looked up my runtime ribraries and found out I had two 2005, two 2008, and two 2010 runtime libraries. I did what techie007 said to do and uninstalled all my runtime libraries and used his links to reinstall them. I only ended up with 4 libraries, however, because only the 2005 library link had the two versions I had, the 2008 and 2010 links only had one version. The programs (QuickTimePlayer.exe and APSDaemon.exe) still didn't work and displayed the same error.
Questions about runtime libraries: Do I need replaced versions of the runtime libraries I have or do I just need the latest library?-Other sources seem to contradict the replacing and say to get the latest library.
This is also on a windows 7 64-bit. What do I do to get these programs running?