Any help on uninstalling the visual c++ 2015? And you'll get to play Squad. Hopefully a solution exists, or I can atleast help a solution be found. This error message pops up when I try to open my driver software and launch certain games so obviously it's an issue if I can't access it to update my drivers. If you still have problem don't hesitate to drop it as well. Write down all the installed versions you have of the C++ Runtimes and Redistributables. If you are up for a fresh install never hurts, just make sure to back up everything you want to keep.
If anyone can help me out and stay and talk with me Not just one post , then i'll forever be in your debt. I don't have C++ 2017 on my machine. . Thank you for your understanding. And most new games in 2016 will require these updates also, so get it done now. Are you using 64bit Win10? Well Thanks for all and sorry if I made a grammar mistake or something. Typically that is how I've solved such issues even on enterprise systems.
This can be beneficial to other community members reading this thread. It just a matter of reinstalling this components. Thank you for the suggestion. Uninstall all of them and download the latest version of each directly from Microsoft and install those. I suspect it is a failure of a merge module somewhere, or they stupidly hard coded something that shouldn't be and some errors like that are handled in newer versions.
If for any reason you can't install this update, take a look at this thread for a possible solution: These issues are not specific to starbound, but to visual c++ 2015, and if none of this helps you may be able to find an answer outside of the starbound forums. In my case, it was version number 14. In my case, it was version number 14. Your English is totally ok. Really didn't want to do that, but doing a repair install only reinstalls Windows files and leaves all other files alone was impossible due to something related to this issue that caused a lack of partition space error. Might require manually editing the registry. I uninstalled all the other visual c++ versions, and downloaded the c++ 2015 one i was having issues with.
Then see how you go with x86 2015 again. I still can't figure this out. Closed the box -- and Obduction started. Now I am able to play the game. Not sure if related to this, but I'll edit in a link to a fix that works for me if I find one. Then you can try removing it again, or running your game. I provided more details like DxDiag, installed windows updates, windows updates i can view but not install, installed programs, etc.
To see if you have Service Pack 1 installed: Click the Start button , right-click Computer, and then click Properties. I was so looking forward to this game and it is the only game that tells me I need to install something and doesn't do it for you and I can't even install the redistributable without it dying on me. Since I already had both the x86 and x64 versions of the Redist installed, I went to the control panel, and repaired both of the redistributables by double clicking them. When you run starbound on steam it should automatically install both the 32 bit and the 64 bit versions of the Visual C++ 2015 runtime. Your fix was just what I needed to be able to launch pubg; I repaired the redist 2013 and 2015 and the game worked fine. Then you can try removing it again, or running your game.
Please help me, I have exhausted my resources on fixing this and even my more techy friends are stumped by this issue and it has been going on for months. Unless the user wants to write something like Microsoft's fix tool this isn't going to be a software development question. See our step by step guide below how to fix this issue. Something that requires 2017 would have installed it on yours. Not sure if related to this, but I'll edit in a link to a fix that works for me if I find one. One option there is to re-install that exact version that won't uninstall directly from Microsoft, it should prompt you to perform a repair.
Click to participate the survey. But only the x86, not the x64. Hmm, that might not be easy via a forum post. I suspect it is a failure of a merge module somewhere, or they stupidly hard coded something that shouldn't be and some errors like that are handled in newer versions. If the tool fails you can try install the exact same version of the component in another machine, copy it to your machine, then click the browse button to select the file when asked. One option there is to re-install that exact version that won't uninstall directly from Microsoft, it should prompt you to perform a repair. Wasted the past 24 hours of my life trying, but did not make any progress.
From what I can tell this game may actually use C++ 2010 rather than 2015 as per the error. Originally posted by :Took me a while but I was able to find a solution, hopefully it works for others. Being only file libraries they do not should not? I'm not seeing the hologram folks, only get audio. Installing the latest version of Internet Explorer currently 11 and rebooting. Hmm, that might not be easy via a forum post. Because that's the only Update I have available.
I also linked to another game that had this same issue. I'm not seeing the hologram folks, only get audio. If one file is missing then you probably have other files missing too, the Visual C++ 2017 redistributable maybe just the tip of iceberg. Write down all the installed versions you have of the C++ Runtimes and Redistributables. Uninstall all of them and download the latest version of each directly from Microsoft and install those. When I try to uninstall visual c++ 2015 it gives the same error as when starting the game, also the same when I try to repair it.