The Application Failed To Initialize Properly (0xc0000135).

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    The Application Failed To Initialize Properly (0xc0000135).

    Hi, this is my first post and i hope its in the right thread.
    im a newbie just starting out
    im running xp home edition and using MS Visual Studio .net 2003 AE
    i made a simple application that runs well on my computer but on other computers they get this error ...

    The Application Failed To Initialize Properly (0xc0000135). Click on ok to terminate the application.

    i dont understand why? this what i have done/created...

    On MS Visual Studio i clicked on file ---> New ---> Project ---> Visual C++ Projects and selected ---> Windows Forms Applications (.NET)

    i named the project ' test '
    i then proceeded to Build solution.

    it ran fine on my machine but when run on another pc it kept displaying that error msg? i dont understand why just a form would need java.
    please help me.

    thank you

    deen

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    > it ran fine on my machine but when run on another pc it kept displaying that error msg?
    I assume the "AE" means academic edition, in which case you're probably breaking the licence terms.
    One of these terms being that you're not allowed to redistribute any executable programs you create to other people.

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    This error maybe because the .NET framework is not or is incorrectly installed
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    Quote Originally Posted by ntstatus.h
    Code:
    //
    // MessageId: STATUS_DLL_NOT_FOUND
    //
    // MessageText:
    //
    //  {Unable To Locate Component}
    //  This application has failed to start because %hs was not found. 
    //  Re-installing the application may fix this problem.
    //
    #define STATUS_DLL_NOT_FOUND             ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000135L)
    A DLL (dynamic link code library) that your program uses is not found on the target machine. Since this is a .NET application you probably need to install the .NET Framework on the target machine. If you create a native or Win32 application you should not have this problem but you still need to be careful about which function you use.

    This is because not all Windows functions are available on all platforms. The required platform is listed at the bottom of the documentation page for each function.
    Quote Originally Posted by MSDN
    Client: Included in Windows XP, Windows 2000 Professional, Windows NT Workstation.
    Server: Included in Windows Server 2003, Windows 2000 Server, Windows NT Server.
    This function for example is not available on Windows 9x/ME and if you used it in a program, it would fail to start on those platforms.
    Last edited by anonytmouse; 12-06-2004 at 04:54 AM.

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    jeez those were speedy replys, thanks
    btw the AE means Architect Enterprise edition. I was just trying to get to grip with Forms.
    I tryed the win32 projects and win32 console projects but found that Windows forms was a bit easier to create.
    is there much difference between them?
    thanks

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    Well, Windows Forms require you to write Managed C++, which is bad. If you want .Net, use C#. If you want C++, don't use .Net. It's simple as that.
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    ok thanks, i have a lot to learn

    thanks again

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