Error runtime error can cause a variety of reasons and one of the most common – is to install new software on top of an already established, which leads to errors in the registry. Another common reason – connected with the activities of various viruses, Trojans and adware spyware that infiltrate your computer and can delete or modify critical files for your operating system.
Error runtime error is easy enough to fix. In 99% of cases, any registry cleaner helps to recover deleted files or fix corrupted. Registry cleaners are specifically designed to correct most errors associated with the runtime error, including the runtime error 91, runtime error 13 and many others, as they check file system integrity.
Download and install the program for cleaning the registry, for example, CCleaner. Perform a full scan of your computer and find the reasons that cause the error runtime error. Depending on the number of files on your computer, the scan may take from a few minutes to half an hour. A nice addition would be that the registry cleaner not only corrects an error like runtime error, but also increase your computer’s performance.
Tips that can get rid of runtime error:
- Reinstall DirectX
Remove the current version of DirectX, if you have it installed. Try to run the program that is causing the error runtime error. If all goes well, install the latest version of DirectX, you can download it here. Pay attention to the system requirements: Windows 7, Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1, Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2, Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista, Windows XP Service Pack 2, Windows XP Service Pack 3
- Check your version of Visual C ++
Visual C ++ 2010 – only suitable for Windows 7. For XP – need to install Visual C ++ 2008!
- Reinstall the Microsoft .NET Framework
Remove all of the existing system in the Microsoft .NET Framework
Install the Microsoft .NET Framework in the following order:
NET Framework 2.0 SP2
NET Framework 3.0
NET Framework 4.0
- Use Program AVZ
One of our visitors to help this script running in the program AVZ.
begin SearchRootkit (true, true);
SetAVZGuardStat us (true);begin SearchRootkit (true, true);
RebootWindows (t rue);
The ellipsis in brackets – is the problem file. After rebooting, run the third script (file – Standard scripts).