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I am getting this error even after a fresh restart.
"The application has failed to initialize properly (0xc0000135)."
Does anyone have any suggestions?
I really need this app because the sandisk 16gb ssd in this machine is the slowest HD I have ever seen.
I opened the netbook and got under the keyboard to the drive and it is just a small pcb with ram on it. I can not even put a normal HD because there is no room and the connector is not standard.