Blender error message on Windows XP SP3

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I am running Windows XP SP3 on a Dell XPS630i Intel Quad core, 4GB with nvidia geforce 460 1GB graphics when I installed Blender, I got this error message “the application could not be initialized correctly (0xc0150002). Click "ok" to close the application” I do not know what to do next, please help me fix it.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #198098

Blender error message on Windows XP SP3

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Check the ntstatus.h in windows sdk header file.

#define STATUS_SXS_CANT_GEN_ACTCTX       ((NTSTATUS)0xC0150002L)

Please check the event log from this system info to get the exact solution.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #198099

Blender error message on Windows XP SP3

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Hi,

The best solution to this problem is to obtained the setup of the Blender program and reinstall. This will replace the files that were either corrupt or are missing.

Hope this helps.

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Blender error message on Windows XP SP3

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Hello Smadisonny,

Your system configuration is OK.

It requires Windows XP SP3, Vista, 7 or 8.

Please make sure that your antivirus software is not blocking this program being installed.

Please try reinstalling the application again by disabling your antivirus software.

Reinstalling the application may fix this problem.

Make sure your software package is complete and doesn't contain any corrupted files in it.

Try grabbing a fresh copy of software package.

If zipped file, unzip properly and try using again.

I hope this would fix your problem.

 

Thanks,

 

 

 

Answered By 0 points N/A #134966

Blender error message on Windows XP SP3

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Hello,

This error typically occurs when a file needed for the application to perform becomes corrupt, or a bad registry entry.

First, remove the application that seems to bring up the error. Then reboot your machine and reinstall the application in question.

If this does not fix the issue, then use an OS boot disk and do a sfc /scannow from the dos prompt. This will scan all the system files and replace them from the install CD. Then do a reboot.

Ensure that you have the latest drivers for your hardware, especially the graphics card. Once you are satisfied that you have refreshed your OS and the drivers are good, reinstall the application in question and see if the error pops up again.

Try using a good registry cleaner. This will freshen up the registry.

Hope this helps!

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