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vegas80.exe APPCRASH

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Hi guys, i format yesterday and reinstall the programs than i use (msn, p2p, vlc, sony vegas, etc).

And what is my surprise? I open the sony vegas to install it and suddenly I get this.

problema: APPCRASH

Nombre de la aplicación: vegas80.exe

Versión de la aplicación: 8.0.0.179

Marca de tiempo de la aplicación: 470e74b9

Nombre del módulo con errores: ntdll.dll

Versión del módulo con errores: 6.0.6000.16386

Marca de tiempo del módulo con errores: 4549bdc9

Código de excepción: c0150002

Desplazamiento de excepción: 00008fc7

Versión del sistema operativo: 6.0.6000.2.0.0.768.3

Id. de configuración regional: 3082

Información adicional 1: 9d13

Información adicional 2: 1abee00edb3fc1158f9ad6f44f0f6be8

Información adicional 3: 9d13

Información adicional 4: 1abee00edb3fc1158f9ad6f44f0f6be8

the message are in spanish

Good, i want in internet a solution, including: make a windows update, put a filter in a secure app and more things I've tried and not work.

y try all the solutions mentionated above and not work..

CAN YOU HELP ME?

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Posted · Report post

plz

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Welcome to the Windows Forums! gvnn

The first thing that you will need to there is translate the errors into English since trying to look up references to those in Spanish will bring up results for the errors in Spanish as well. That will be to verify the translation seen here of what you just posted.

problem: APPCRASH

Application name: vegas80.exe

Application version: 8.0.0.179

Timestamp of the application: 470e74b9

Name of the module failed: ntdll.dll

Module failed version: 6.0.6000.16386

Time stamp of the module failed: 4549bdc9

Exception code: c0150002

Displacement of exception: 00008fc7

Operating system version: 6.0.6000.2.0.0.768.3

ProgID locale: 3082

Additional information 1: 9d13

Additional information 2: 1abee00edb3fc1158f9ad6f44f0f6be8

Additional information 3: 9d13

Additional information 4: 1abee00edb3fc1158f9ad6f44f0f6be8

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thanks, did not translate because I thought it was the same mistake in Spanish than in English xd.

No old cases of APPCRASH? I need the emergency program and am lost with this error. please help

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Looks to me like you got a program or game installed by the name of "VEGAS" All you can do it remove it. Reboot, then try to install it as ADMIN by rigth clicking it. if it still doesn't work contact the manufacturer and see if there is an update available.

Plus you haven't told us if your running 32 or 64bit of home prem.

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The log files from a failed installation are usually one key in solving problems as well as those seen in the Event Viewer. The MS support page at the link there explains how to analyze the log files themselves that are generated by the Windows Resource Checker. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/928228

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I try exec at admin and continue broken, i use 32 bits on homeprem.

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One option you could try there is taking a look at what system restore points were made dated before the problem came up in order to swing the registry back far enough to when things were running normally. To start the system restore feature if that was left enabled you go to the "Start menu>All Programs>Accessories>System Tools" and select the system restore option there.

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Once that screen is opened up there will two options the first being for the recommened restore point likely the last one made or to select a restore point from the list of points created. The second image here shows the check box for showing more additional restore points if they exist.

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With the fresh install of Windows just seen you won't have too many to work with there but any before the problem was first seen would be what you are looking for. Once Windows is running as it should you can try another attempt at installing the Sony program or simply let that one go to avoid repeat problems.

One other thing to consider would be a possible bad install of Windows which can cause numerous problems until a bad installation is eventually replaced. A bad install can result in several registry issues where one or more programs simply won't go on as they should or won't run correctly. Even when running the 7 Release Candidate on one drive here the installation ended up being removed for that reason.

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Thanks mod, but i try install after format. i bored that situation, i format now think.

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Well that rule out a bad install with fresh copy of Windows going on. I ran the 32bit Vista Home Premium here since that version came out until the 7 Release Candidates were on and then saw Vista run on a virtual hard drive there. When preping for testing 7 and going to eliminate the last ide hard drive to see an XP/Vista dual boot strictly on sata drives the Vista install ran into a few problem and was wiped for a second clean install here.

If you work with Windows long enough you'll run into a few of those over time. Let us know how the next installation goes. Hopefully that will be what you need there. thumbsup.png

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i format now. bfffff.

thanks all, rlly..

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