[bug #52645] (0xc000007b) with last windows update

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[bug #52645] (0xc000007b) with last windows update

Joerg Wunsch-6
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                 Summary: (0xc000007b) with last windows update
                 Project: AVR Downloader/UploaDEr
            Submitted by: None
            Submitted on: Tue 12 Dec 2017 01:33:29 AM UTC
                Category: None
                Severity: 3 - Normal
                Priority: 5 - Normal
              Item Group: None
                  Status: None
                 Privacy: Public
             Assigned to: None
         Originator Name: Patrick
        Originator Email: [hidden email]
             Open/Closed: Open
                 Release: 6.3
         Discussion Lock: Any
     Programmer hardware:
             Device type:

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Details:

Hi,
Windows just did a major update (Windows 10) Since then the exe crash
instantly at start.
(0xc000007b)
We have 64bits and use version 6.3 of avrdude.exe, we tried to set the
compatibility to windows 8 or XP but nothing helps
Thanks



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Re: [bug #52645] (0xc000007b) with last windows update

Bob Paddock-3
On Mon, Dec 11, 2017 at 8:33 PM, anonymous <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Windows just did a major update (Windows 10) Since then the exe crash
> instantly at start.
> (0xc000007b)
> We have 64bits and use version 6.3 of avrdude.exe, we tried to set the
> compatibility to windows 8 or XP but nothing helps

This can happen if a 32-bit DLL is still lingering in the PATH for some reason.

Open a DOS box, create an empty directory.
Copy avrdude.exe and config file to the empty directory.
Set PATH to nothing ie. PATH=C:\YourEmptyDirectory
Run avrdude

Does it still crash?

No: Update dotNET and DirectX.  Make sure ALL of the Windows10 updates
have been done, it is a recursive process.
       Check path for old tools.  I've found it best to have  each
project setup its own PATH for this reason.
        Don't allow installs to update the global path.

Yes: The program may need rebased with the MinGW rbase tool after
recent Windows10 updates.
         As I'm running Win10-64bit here with freshly downloaded
avrdude 6.3  which ran fine this is unlikely.
        This usually happens with old programs like WinAVR20100110.
        For completeness, doesn't really  apply to your problem, might
help someone else coming across this:
        $ rebase.exe -b 0x50000000 msys-1.0.dll
        https://nurikabe.blog/2014/02/14/couldnt-reserve-space-for-cygwins-heap-win32-error-0/

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[bug #52645] (0xc000007b) with last windows update

Joerg Wunsch-6
In reply to this post by Joerg Wunsch-6
Follow-up Comment #1, bug #52645 (project avrdude):

Here's the reply Bob Paddock sent to the mailinglist:


This can happen if a 32-bit DLL is still lingering in the PATH for some
reason.

Open a DOS box, create an empty directory.
Copy avrdude.exe and config file to the empty directory.
Set PATH to nothing ie. PATH=C:\YourEmptyDirectory
Run avrdude

Does it still crash?

No: Update dotNET and DirectX.  Make sure ALL of the Windows10 updates
have been done, it is a recursive process.
       Check path for old tools.  I've found it best to have  each
project setup its own PATH for this reason.
        Don't allow installs to update the global path.

Yes: The program may need rebased with the MinGW rbase tool after
recent Windows10 updates.
         As I'm running Win10-64bit here with freshly downloaded
avrdude 6.3  which ran fine this is unlikely.
        This usually happens with old programs like WinAVR20100110.
        For completeness, doesn't really  apply to your problem, might
help someone else coming across this:
        $ rebase.exe -b 0x50000000 msys-1.0.dll
       
https://nurikabe.blog/2014/02/14/couldnt-reserve-space-for-cygwins-heap-win32-error-0/


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