It is common to face run time errors and knowing how to Resolve Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Errors is really important. Well, if you recently upgraded to the new Windows 10 Technical Preview version and installed the KB3034229 update, apparently everything works fine on Windows 10.
What is Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Errors?
Still, you don’t have to worry because we have a solution for Visual C++ runtime error in Windows 10 and you can continue your normal use of the operating system afterwards.
How to Resolve Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Errors?
In most cases, the Microsoft Visual C++ runtime error in Windows 10 Technical Preview is caused by a conflict between the operating system and the video card driver, or because the Visual C++ feature in Preview Windows 10 technical may be broken or damaged.
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We are going to do some tests below to check the drivers and we are also going to try to do a clean boot on your Windows 10 Technical Preview to see if the error message is caused by a third-party app that you might have recently installed .
Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Error can be troublesome, and speaking of errors, users reported the following issues as well:
The R error code is the most common, and you can fix most R error codes using one of our solutions.
Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime error explorer.exe, qbw32.exe, atibtmon.exe, csrss.exe, nvvsvc.exe – Sometimes this error can give you the name of the file that caused it.
Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime error Excel, Internet Explorer, Skype, Steam, Java – This error message can appear while using various applications, and many users have reported this error when using Excel, Skype, Steam, and Java.
Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Error at Startup – In some cases, this error message can appear right at startup. This is usually caused by startup applications.
Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Nvidia error – Several users reported that this error was caused by their Nvidia graphics. Kindly update or reinstall the drivers and the issue will be solved.
Microsoft Visual C++ setup failed, not installation – Several users have reported that they are unable to install Visual C++. According to them, the setup is not completed on your PC.
Microsoft Visual C++ Unspecified Error – Sometimes an Unspecified error message may appear.
Microsoft Visual C++ keeps crashing – Another relatively common issue with Visual C++ is frequent crashes. To fix the problem, you just have to reinstall the Visual C++ Redistributables.
How to solve the issue of Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime error in Windows 10?
Solution 1 – Remove your graphics card driver
The graphics card driver can often cause Microsoft Visual C++ runtime error, and to fix it you need to reinstall the graphics card driver by doing the following:
In the search bar, enter the device manager. Select Device Manager from the list of results.
Select Uninstall device from the menu.
The confirmation menu will appear. Close the Device Manager window and any other windows you have open.
Reboot your Windows 10 PC.
Check if you still get the Microsoft Visual C++ runtime error and if you don’t, it means you need to update your graphics card driver to the latest version that is compatible with the Windows 10 Technical Preview system version.
To see how to update your drivers, we advise you to refer to our guide on how to update your graphics card driver.
Solution 2 – Perform a clean boot
Sometimes third-party and startup applications can interfere with the system and cause Microsoft Visual C++ to run error.
You now have the System Configuration window in front of you. Left-click or tap on the Services tab at the top of this window.
Left-click or tap on the General tab at the top of this window. Check the Selective Startup feature. Reboot your Windows 10 PC.
Check now if you are still getting Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Error. If you no longer get the error, you will have to do this step, but this time disable the apps one by one and see exactly which one is causing this error.
Solution 3 – Reinstall Tech Preview
After successfully reinstalling the operating system by following the tutorial above, you’ll need to make sure you don’t update KB3034229 yet or at least until Microsoft fixes the issues with the Visual C++ runtime error.