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0xc000007b error

joey151
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hey,dunno if this is the right place to submit this but oh well

 i had my pc updated from 32 to 64bits,but ever since i did that,it has been a total nightmare,everytime i try to start some programs (gog galaxy/gwent) i get the error message above,tried everything,net frame,missing dlls,rebooting,c++ EVERYTHING 
someone has the answer? 
also for referance,i got kind of an old pc but my other games work just fine (wow LoL witcher 2 etc) 
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i3 550+ 2 gigs ram + windows 8.1 64bits

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Did you update or reinstall? I would imagine updating from a 32-bit OS directly to a 64-bit one would cause issues, especially if not all of the important configurations that are dependent on executing the right library or whatever were updated.

 

As a side note, the Stop code listed is "INACCESSIBLE BOOT DEVICE", meaning there's a problem running the storage driver or some other issue reading the boot drive. This doesn't necessarily mean your storage drive is breaking.

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You had someone update it for you or done it your self as i would take it back to him/her,  have you try directx update sometimes it can fix it

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Reinstall. Like, format the drive(s) and boot off a USB reinstall.

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16 minutes ago, Eyebrows said:

You had someone update it for you or done it your self as i would take it back to him/her,  have you try directx update sometimes it can fix it

yeah someone updated it for me,and i already tried directx,everything really,net frame etc,tho side not i think he INSTALLED it,rather than update it,like formated the previous OS and put this one

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Jump in ? and look for something like old.windows files that should say if its a update or new copy sure i had that code when update from win 7 to ten took me ages to find make sure you all ways go for the 64bit versons of apps softwhere most of the time it should pic what you got bit i never bothered with 8 messed about with it for about 2 hour's whant back to win 7 sorry that's not very help full i shut up now 

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Sorry not a smiley face / should be goto system then the drive leter ? someone on facebook made me laff

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5 minutes ago, Eyebrows said:

Jump in ? and look for something like old.windows files that should say if its a update or new copy sure i had that code when update from win 7 to ten took me ages to find make sure you all ways go for the 64bit versons of apps softwhere most of the time it should pic what you got bit i never bothered with 8 messed about with it for about 2 hour's whant back to win 7 sorry that's not very help full i shut up now 

wut,care to retry in a clearer way lol

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What the crap got bug report for this site type c : with out the space and get a smiley face

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