N/APosted on - 02/19/2014
Hello everyone. I am trying to install 3dsmax on my windows 8 pc but I keep getting an error. I do not think that the problem is with my pc because I have just bought it recently. My specifications :
Ram : 8 GB
VGA : GT640
Someone please help me, I really need this to be solved.
The application was unable to start correctly (0xc000007b). click OK to close the application,
3dmax application error occurred during installation
There are multiple causes for receiving 0xc00007b error while trying you to run an application on a Windows. This error usually occurs from mixing up 32-bit environment with 64-bit one. To resolve this issue you can apply many techniques;
In most cases this error .NET framework causing problems. So my recommendation easily you can fix this issue by re-installing the latest .NET Framework.
Re-install the application that you are trying to run because sometimes application data files could be corrupted or missing. This may be caused by an installation that didn’t complete successfully.
Run the application as an Administrator. To do that right-click on the Program shortcut or program .exe file>>Click on Properties>>Click on Compatibility tab. Check the Run this program as an Administrator, click on OK.
Run the windows update. Search for Windows Update, select all important & optional updates, and click on the “Install Updates” button.
Also reinstall the Microsoft Visual C++. For x86-bit and for x64-bit go this site.
Also re-install the DirectX.
Many times hard disk problems can be fixed using the “chkdsk” command. So for Windows 8 press the Windows Key, search for “cmd”, right-click on it and select “Run as administrator”.
This solution is only for a 64-bit system. Only apply this solution when other solution have failed. While Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable Package is not properly configured it causes 0xc00007b error. So to solve this problem download the zip file and unzip it. Reboot in safe mode, go to “C:WindowsSystem32” copy all files included in the Zip package to “C:WindowsSystem32” replace the current ones and reboot in normal mode.
After applying all these techniques your problem will solve. If all solutions have not worked, my recommendation backing up data and perform a clean install of Windows.