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  1. I contacted Global Mapper Tech support and they replied that there were know issues with Global Mapper which their developers had an update. After installing the update any problems with vcruntime140.dll vanished. So now all is well. Apparently the earlier version of Global Mapper changed something in the Windows registry that prevented vcruntime140.dll from being recognized by other applications also using vcruntime140.dll.
  2. After performing a System Restore Kodi is now running ok. I think the problem is related to the Global Mapper instillation program. After e-mailing Global Mapper I received a reply. "Thank you for sending those details, and I am sorry you're experiencing these issue once Global Mapper is installed. Can you download the latest Daily Build, as our Developers have addressed some other issues with the installer that were present in previous builds. Daily Build: Once downloaded, if you experience similar issues as before please let me know and I will bring this to our Developer to look into closer. Please let me know if you have additional questions."
  3. It's possibly the problem is related to Vista and/or my Vista Installation. Creating programs applications that run under Vista and later versions of windows can be problematic for some program developers as Vista predates Windows 7 and is closer in some ways to XP. Some program developers create programs that will run under Windows XP and Vista or Vista only, and another version that runs under Windows 7 and higher, Also some are developed only to run under Window 8 & 10. So if the global mapper x64 program was developed to run under Windows x64 then there possibly can be issues when installed under different versions of Windows x64. There are only two Global Mapper installation exe files one for Windows 32 bit and one for Windows 64 bit, which is fairly generalized as the installation would need to figure out any differences between Windows versions from Vista to Windows 10. System Requirements: Global Mapper software is compatible with Windows Vista (32 and 64-bit versions), Windows 7/8/10 (32 and 64-bit versions), and Windows Server 2003/2008/2012. The minimum system requirements are 4 GB of RAM and 500 MB of hard drive space for the installation.
  4. After completely uninstalling Global Mapper and performing a system restore from 10/05/17 (prior to the global mapper install) I'm able to run Kodi ok. However when I issue the command " Regsvr32 C:\Windows\System32\vcruntime140.dll", produces an error: "The module Regsvr32 C:\Windows\System32\vcruntime140.dll failed to load"
  5. Ok, thanks I appreciate you looking it. I don't believe the problem with the dll file is specifically a Vista and/or Kodi problem as the same problem occurs under other Windows versions and other applications.
  6. Hello, All of sudden I started to receive an error while trying to start Kodi. Current error message "This application has failed to start because VCRUNTIME140.DLL was not found" I'm running Windows Vista x64 and have updated both the 32 and 64 bit vcruntime140.dll files. Microsoft Visual C++ 2015 Redistributable Microsoft Visual C++ 2015 Redistributable Update 3 RC VC_redist.x64.exe vc_redist.x86.exe Copying 32 and 64 bit dll files to their appropriate paths Copy vcruntime140.dll to "C:\Windows\SysWOW64\" (32bit) Copy vcruntime140.dll to "C:\Windows\System32\" (64bit) I'm not certain of the source of the problem as the dll is exist in those paths. However there are different versions of this dll file as I checked the file date prior to re-installing another dll file. Installing differently dated VCRUNTIME140.DLL files did not make any difference. When trying to start Kodi an error is produced VCRUNTIME140.DLL cannot be found. I have tried re-installing Kodi several times as well as uninstalling and then installing fresh. I'm running Kodi version 17.1 due to the error message that the Vista OS requires a KB971644 update when trying to install Kodi version 17.2 and higher. I'm not able to install this KB update because it's only available via Windows Update and not available as a single update exe file. I'm not able to get Windows Update to list KB971644. I uninstalled another program recently installed. Wondering perhaps if it had something to do with this problem. Global Mapper 19 (64-bit) Other than whats noted above I'm uncertain where the problem lies.