What causes the MFC application error on Windows operating System?

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What causes the MFC application error on Windows? Why does it occur? Is it because of incompatibility of an application like the software for USB modems with Windows?

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What causes the MFC application error on Windows operating System?

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MFC application errors on Windows operating systems are mostly caused by the loss of necessary MFC libraries on your computer. This happens sometimes when sudden power outages or system failures occur, another is when you install or reinstall new applications on your computer and gets interrupted without even finishing the process.

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What causes the MFC application error on Windows operating System?

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Hi there user:

If you already made a few research regarding this problem, you might have already known the Process Explorer.

The only problem I see here is the ‘DDNI.’ To solve this, you will need the Process Explorer Application. Here’s the download link for Process Explorer. Download and install. http://process-explorer.en.softonic.com/

Using the Process Explorer, suspend the DDNIService.exe (Digital Delivery Networks) and you’ll get rid of the error.  

Thanks for asking.

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What causes the MFC application error on Windows operating System?

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The MFC or the Microsoft Foundation Class library is a set of classes that can be implemented in building or developing application programs. They are written or the classes are written in the C++ programming language. The MFC library actually saves a programmer’s time because it provides a code or codes that have already been written. The Microsoft Foundation Class library also provides a general framework for building the application program.

In case you experience an error on your computer that deals with MFC, try doing a clean boot first. To do a clean boot on your computer, click Start, Run, type without quotes “msconfig” then hit Enter. In General tab, select Selective Startup then uncheck Load Startup Items. After that, select Services tab then check Hide All Microsoft Services. Next, click Disable All then click OK and then restart your computer.

After booting your computer, go back to your previous task when the error happened. If you were installing a program when the error happened, install the application again then see what happens. If the application successfully installs then the problem is fixed. Restart your computer again in normal mode. Open msconfig again. In General tab, select “Normal Startup – load all device drivers and services” then click OK.

When you are prompted to restart the computer, click Restart. Also, try installing Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable Package. It may help solve the problem.

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