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ERROR (0xc000007b) al abrir Cura

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Hola,

Al instalar nuevo software Cura, me sale el siguiente error:  La aplicación no se pudo iniciar correctamente (0xc000007b). Haga clic en Aceptar para cerrarla.

Puedo instalarlos perfectamente, pero siempre me sale la ventana con el error al intentar abrirlo.

A partir del 2.3.1 no puedo abrir ningún Cura. Tengo un Windows 7 Home premium 64-bit 

¿Alguien le ha pasado o tiene la idea del que está pasando? 

Gracias.

 

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La verdad es que con Cura nunca me ha ocurrido, pero si que he tenido problemas en el pasado con otros programas y errores similares. Lo único que se me ocurre ahora mismo es probar las soluciones que hay en internet, pero creo que es más un problema del ordenador/SO que de Cura en si.

 

https://es.ccm.net/faq/23712-como-solucionar-el-error-0xc000007b

 

No puedo darte muchos más consejos porque yo trabajo con Windows 10, pero tampoco te diré que actualices porque tal vez se trata de algo de hardware y no de software.

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