After some extensive research and multiple dead ends, I found a solution that worked. I'm not if the solution breaks anything in the process, but I suppose time will tell there.
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Basically, this is what I did:
- Managed to get logged in by repeatedly clicking the OK button.
- The error resurfaced with ANY program I tried to run.
- I just kept clicking OK to get out of error and launch the program I wanted.
- Open REGEDIT as Administrator
- Navigate to the following key:
- HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft NT\CurrentVersion\Windows\
- On the right, I found the following entry:
- I deleted the key (It had some kind of command in there I did not recognize, though it was NOT the detoured.dll, either. So... We'll see what adverse effects there are, if any, on the user's computer.
- Instantly, the errors disappeared. I could run any program (including the ones I had run before) without the error.
- Will scan the user's computer for malicious activity.
Note, the exact registry key info above came from:
It was the same problem I had, and my colleague showed me theReplyDelete
files are available for troubleshooting with api-ms-win-crt-runtime-l1-1-0.dll download https://fix4dll.com/apimswincrtruntimel110_dll.
Well, it turned out finding the required DLL file isn`t a problem, I could quickly fix the errors for my Windows.