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PPSSPP x64 build on Windows 7 64bit - BronBron06 - 06-23-2013 05:30 AM

Why am I getting this error Undecided

[Image: errorx64_zps82002c2f.png]


Havent got it right since its first release on v0.7.6-1410 till the recent v0.7.6-1560-ge715019


RE: PPSSPP x64 build on Windows 7 64bit - not working - Ritori - 06-23-2013 06:15 AM

It work fine with my laptor Big Grin
though 32 bit and 64 bit dont different at all for my laptor ( i got same speed Undecided )


RE: PPSSPP x64 build on Windows 7 64bit - not working - Squall Leonhart - 06-23-2013 08:26 AM

This error is caused by improper installation of the Visual C runtime


RE: PPSSPP x64 build on Windows 7 64bit - not working - BronBron06 - 06-23-2013 08:45 AM

(06-23-2013 08:26 AM)Squall Leonhart Wrote:  This error is caused by improper installation of the Visual C runtime

I didnt have the latest x86 tho but got the x64 installed before

I clicked the repair option on x64 same error
I uninstall and install again that x64 same error


the installation file name is vcredist x64 or x86 right?



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hmmm looking at the x64 folder its listed AMD

so it doesnt work for intel chips?


RE: PPSSPP x64 build on Windows 7 64bit - not working - Squall Leonhart - 06-23-2013 07:15 PM

Open up programs and features and screenshot the version number of the Visual C++ 2010 redistributable entries.


RE: PPSSPP x64 build on Windows 7 64bit - not working - BronBron06 - 06-23-2013 10:01 PM

[Image: visual_zps14d33a7e.png]


RE: PPSSPP x64 build on Windows 7 64bit - not working - Squall Leonhart - 06-24-2013 06:25 AM

As far as i can tell, that is the version number corresponding with the SP1 redist, so its the latest.

Still odd.....

Run a file search on the system and ensure that MSVCP10 and MSVCR10 are inside the windows\system folders and not placed at the root of the hdd,

Dll's are searched in order of Local Directory, Drive Root and then System32(SysWow64)


RE: PPSSPP x64 build on Windows 7 64bit - not working - BronBron06 - 06-24-2013 08:25 AM

(06-24-2013 06:25 AM)Squall Leonhart Wrote:  As far as i can tell, that is the version number corresponding with the SP1 redist, so its the latest.

Still odd.....

Run a file search on the system and ensure that MSVCP10 and MSVCR10 are inside the windows\system folders and not placed at the root of the hdd,

Dll's are searched in order of Local Directory, Drive Root and then System32(SysWow64)

I only got MSVCP100 and MSVCR100 files... any download link for the ones you posted above


RE: PPSSPP x64 build on Windows 7 64bit - not working - Squall Leonhart - 06-24-2013 08:30 AM

Those are correct, i just posted a relevant search term.

Have you got TeamViewer installed, this can cause similar errors.


RE: PPSSPP x64 build on Windows 7 64bit - not working - BronBron06 - 06-24-2013 08:47 AM

(06-24-2013 08:30 AM)Squall Leonhart Wrote:  Those are correct, i just posted a relevant search term.

Have you got TeamViewer installed, this can cause similar errors.


No TeamViewer

If MSVCP100 and MSVCR100 are correct, what might be the cause?


Error code ppsspp on window 64 bit - domanhhp - 06-24-2013 09:51 AM

when i start PPSSPPWindows.exe it show : the application was unable to start correctly 0xc00007b. click ok to close the application , do you know that error ? Can you fix me that error ?


RE: PPSSPP x64 build on Windows 7 64bit - not working - Squall Leonhart - 06-24-2013 10:16 AM

bugger, i missed that c at the start of the error message

0x7b application error is because of misconfigured runtime

Error code 0xc000007b on the other hand, means INVALID_IMAGE_FORMAT, I don't know why this would occur when both the OS and application are 64bit though, unless the EXE is actually corrupt.


Edit
Apparently it is known to occur on some Nvidia optimus notebooks when the user isn't forcing the game/app to use the nvidia graphics chip, as a result of the intel gfx drivers being old and buggy.

And ftr, you do have the latest DirectX Redistributable installed?


RE: Error code ppsspp on window 64 bit - Squall Leonhart - 06-24-2013 10:31 AM

duplicate of http://forums.ppsspp.org/showthread.php?tid=4210&pid=30619#pid30619


RE: PPSSPP x64 build on Windows 7 64bit - not working - BronBron06 - 06-24-2013 11:28 AM

(06-24-2013 10:16 AM)Squall Leonhart Wrote:  bugger, i missed that c at the start of the error message

0x7b application error is because of misconfigured runtime

Error code 0xc000007b on the other hand, means INVALID_IMAGE_FORMAT, I don't know why this would occur when both the OS and application are 64bit though, unless the EXE is actually corrupt.


Edit
Apparently it is known to occur on some Nvidia optimus notebooks when the user isn't forcing the game/app to use the nvidia graphics chip, as a result of the intel gfx drivers being old and buggy.

And ftr, you do have the latest DirectX Redistributable installed?


I believe so and I'm on desktop

GTX 280
Intel C2Q 6600
4GB ram


still not working on ppsspp-v0.8-27-gfaa6cd8-windows-amd64


RE: PPSSPP x64 build on Windows 7 64bit - not working - Squall Leonhart - 06-24-2013 11:37 AM

Its not going to resolve itself in a new version, something specifically in your configuration is causing the issue, Most likely at some point it is loading a 32bit runtime which is not compatible with 64bit executables.

What needs to be figured out is what file,

you can use sysinternals process monitor to determine what file trips up the error, if you feel you aren't up for it, i'm available with teamviewer for the next few hours.