AvidMediaCompreser.exe entry point [email protected] @[email protected] @UAEXXZ

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Recently I started using Avid Media Composer and I like it on my work. So I have decided to install it at home at my computer, OS Windows 7 professional. When installation was finished and I wanted to start application Error message pop up.This is confusing because Installation is well done, but after all I got error message.Did anyone had similar or like this experience?

Thank you


AvidMediaComposer.exe – Entry Point Not Found

The procedure entry point [email protected]@[email protected]@UAEXXZ could not be located in the dynamic link library CoreThreads.dll.


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AvidMediaCompreser.exe entry point [email protected] @[email protected] @UAEXXZ


                Hey If you encounter this and prevent you from launching the software, I have a suspicious that this is about your processor. If you are using AMD processor, it will not run because MC doesn’t support AMD processor.  System requirements for MC are strict.  Try to install it using processor that’s not AMD. If it runs that is your problem. Try to look for system requirements before installing any kind of software, it is very important for you to now encounter any problem with installation of any software that you want to install.  Hope it will help you to your problem.

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AvidMediaCompreser.exe entry point [email protected] @[email protected] @UAEXXZ


This error means the program you installed cannot run because it is not compatible with your operating system. I’ve seen this message on my old computer many times before after installing an incompatible program or a program that requires a Windows component like Microsoft .NET Framework that is not compatible with my operating system.

In your case, check the program’s system requirements and make sure your computer meets those requirements. If your computer’s specifications fall short on the requirements and you need to use the program, try downloading a much older version of the application. On the other hand, if the program requires a much older version of Microsoft Windows, try starting it in compatibility mode.

Right-click the program and select “Properties”. In the properties window, go to “Compatibility” tab. Under “Compatibility mode” section, check “Run this program in compatibility mode for” then select an earlier version of Microsoft Windows from the dropdown list and then click “OK”. See if this works.

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