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Re: Windows 8 + 0xc000007b Error

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 20 Nov 2013 00:15:25 +0000

On 19 November 2013 21:11, Todor Chamurliyski <ze3rax_at_gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello there,
> Do you mind sharing a walkaround to start using your Product ?
> After facing that ridiculous error I'd rather start using Microsoft's TFS
> but my company requires working with your product. I did try the simple
> uninstall/install method, after that I tried with re-intalling after a
> Registry clean up, even further more I've preintalled my Microsoft
> Redistributable Package for x64 and copy/pasted the msvcr100.dll ,as it was
> mentioned in one comment, in my System32 / SysWOW64 folders.
> Even after all those unsuccessful tries I still want to get it working !
> So please, give me some information how to fix your product's issue.

First of all you are on the wrong list. This one is purely about the
development of TSVN and does not have many readers. The one you want is the
users list which many people read, so you are more likely to get an answer
from someone who has seen this before. Copying this to the users list now.

I can't answer this myself, but before you start mud-slinging please
remember that there are hundreds of thousands of users who are not
experiencing this issue so it is possible that it may be a problem on your
PC rather than a bug in our stupid product. A little civility goes a long
way towards getting a helpful response.

One (remote) possibility is that the MSI was corrupted. It's a bit of a
long shot but odd things do happen with corrupted files. You could try
re-downloading from a different mirror.



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Received on 2013-11-20 01:15:37 CET

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