AVRDude error in Atmel Studio

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Hi,

Since i have updated my Windows,i am having an error in Atmel Studio. When i am trying to upload the code to the Atmega128 (using USBasp) ,avrdude is giving me an error "The application was unable to start correctly (0xc000007b)"

I have updated my .NET Framework and my DirectX.

 

 

Appreciate for your help.

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Welcome to AVRFreaks!

 

Anghelov77 wrote:
Since i have updated my Windows

Can you roll back the update? 

 

You may need to supply more info about what update(s), what Windows version, Which Atmel Sudio version, ect.  before anyone can help you.

 

Jim

 

 

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Well,I am not sure if I can roll back because it was a massive update,i had just updated to Windows 10 version 2004.Anyway,I would not be interested in that because there has to be another solution for this.

I am using Atmel Studio 7.0

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Can you run avrdude from the cmd line? Rule out AS7 as a possibility.

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"Dare to be naïve." - Buckminster Fuller

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Can you run avrdude in some compatibility mode?

 

That is, find the executable. right click and go to the "Compatibility" tab, see if some of the settings works.

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Kartman wrote:
Can you run avrdude from the cmd line? Rule out AS7 as a possibility.

 

AS7 ruled out. Same error

AVRDude ran from cmd,same error.

 

 

I will keep looking on these links. Thanks.

 

 

El Tangas wrote:

Can you run avrdude in some compatibility mode?

 

That is, find the executable. right click and go to the "Compatibility" tab, see if some of the settings works.

 

I've tried and unfortunately same error.

Thanks 

 

 

I've tried .Net Repair Tool and I am getting this error:

 

 

Then I/m clicking next and getting this:

 

 

 

 

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The issue may be more fundamental than .NET (can't grok AVRDUDE depending on .NET); consider SFC.

Using System File Checker in Windows 10

 


DISM Overview | Microsoft Docs

Fix Windows Update errors by using the DISM or System Update Readiness tool

 

"Dare to be naïve." - Buckminster Fuller

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Ok so I just followed the steps showed in this video and,I don't know how,but the problem got fixed.

 

Thank you everybody for your support! :)