Can’t get on Hallmark Card Studio 2011

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I click on Hallmark Card Studio 2011 and error message: The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000135) Click OK to terminate the application.

I click on OK and it shuts off and I can not get into Hallmark.

I make MANY cards and would like to be making one now.

Can someone please assist me?

Thank You,

Michele Carter

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Can’t get on Hallmark Card Studio 2011

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The main cause why this error occurred is you don't have .NET framework on your system or it is not properly installed.So let’s look into that first.

1. Click Start and then go to Control Panel > Programs And Features
2. Search for “Microsoft .NET framework”
3. If you cannot find it, click on the link below to download it:
 
 
Download and re-install .NET framework 4.5.
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Can’t get on Hallmark Card Studio 2011

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Error Message Description:

The mentioned error is known as "NotifyAlert.exe – Application Error". The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000135). Click on OK to terminate the application.

Translation:
This error may also show up as, "Rng.exe Application Error. The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000135). Click OK to terminate the application."

You receive an error message each time you start your PC. You can close the message, but it inevitably pops up again a few minutes later. Sometimes a variation of the message will appear on-screen. You are running Windows XP on a Dell 8300 computer.

The NotifyAlert.exe and Rng.exe error messages are linked to a proprietary Dell Support help app that comes bundled with many Dell PCs, including the 8300. The messages reveal that Dell Support cannot communicate with the .NET Framework technology that should be an integral part of WinXP.

Solution:

To remedy this error, reinstall the .NET Framework by opening the Control Panel (via the Start menu) and clicking Add Or Remove Programs. In the dialog box, peruse the list of programs for an entry that refers to Microsoft's .NET Framework. If you find such an entry, click the corresponding Remove button. This clears the way for a clean installation of the .NET Framework.

You have two options for installing the software. The first option is to install the .NET Framework from the WinXP installation disc. Insert the disc and, when the Welcome To Microsoft Windows XP screen appears, select Perform Additional Tasks. Then select the Install .NET Framework option and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation. (NOTE: The process may vary slightly if you use a proprietary setup CD that came with your PC instead of a WinXP installation disc.)

Alternatively, you can install the .NET Framework by downloading it from the Internet. To do so access the .NET Framework Version 1.1 Redistributable Package page (http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=26) and clicking the corresponding Download button. Follow the on-screen instructions to finish (weighing in at nearly 24 MB, it could take awhile) and then install the .NET Framework.

After the successful installation of .NET Framework, you try to install the expected application. Hope you will be successful at this time.

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