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Message 23836 - Posted: 6 Feb 2017, 4:19:26 UTC
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I started up collatz after a long hiatus on win7x64 and it crashed with the following error


I first tried copying the "missing" file from windows\syswow64 down to
ProgramData\Boinc\Projects\Boinc.thesonntags.com_collatz but it still could not find it. I then reset the project which caused a master download but that did not help either. Something is wrong. There are 2 of those dll the other one is named MSVCP110_clr0400.dll and both of them are in that syswow64 directory.

if these are 64bit dll's maybe I am missing the 32bit one??

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Message 23839 - Posted: 6 Feb 2017, 12:55:14 UTC - in response to Message 23836.

I started up collatz after a long hiatus on win7x64 and it crashed with the following error


I first tried copying the "missing" file from windows\syswow64 down to
ProgramData\Boinc\Projects\Boinc.thesonntags.com_collatz but it still could not find it. I then reset the project which caused a master download but that did not help either. Something is wrong. There are 2 of those dll the other one is named MSVCP110_clr0400.dll and both of them are in that syswow64 directory.

if these are 64bit dll's maybe I am missing the 32bit one??

TIA


Usually detaching and then reattaching cures most file problems.

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Message 23840 - Posted: 6 Feb 2017, 17:01:29 UTC

Re-Install the C Run-time if the reattach fails. (located on Main Page ((LINK)))
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Message 23856 - Posted: 15 Feb 2017, 16:39:02 UTC

When running a 64-bit version of Windows, you will need to install both the 32 and the 64 bit versions of the C runtime. That's because BOINC sends both versions of the app in order to "learn" which runs faster on your machine.

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Message 24529 - Posted: 26 Nov 2017, 14:23:49 UTC

Back again, been 9 months, thought I would try collatz again.

New system build, Windows 10 clean from scratch, 2015 VC runtime both 64 and 32 bit with 3 old nVidia gtx 670, 650ti, 650ti. Got same missing 110 dll. Detach and reattach, same problem. Installed 2013 and 2010 VC runtime, both 32 and 64. This time got different problem

    -1073741515 (0xffffffffc0000135) Unknown error number



about 50 or so work units error'ed instantly with 0 cpu / gpu time at least no "missing 110 dll" but that was because the instant error did not let the app get to the end of the crunch and then find out the 110 dll was not to its liking.

Upgraded from 388.00 to 388.31 nvidia, removed the 2010 and 2013 VC runtimes and repaired the 2015 runtimes and re-attaached. Now collatz crunches just fine for couple of hours then near the end of the crunch realize that 110 dll is not to its liking and hangs.

I used to crunch ths project on all my win7 machines but since upgrading to 10 have not had any success at all. If you check my task list most are aborts because there is no sense letting them finish if the first one cant fine the 110dll then none will. Some tasks show up as abandoned, not sure why because I definitely terminated them on purpose.

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Message 24530 - Posted: 26 Nov 2017, 22:54:53 UTC - in response to Message 24529.

Thanks, that helped me

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Message 24770 - Posted: 31 Jan 2018, 19:29:10 UTC
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Finally got around to looking at why my systems cannot seem to run collatz anymore. Fixed the problem. Not sure exactly what the problem is. Either Visual C++ runtime 2017 does not work with collatz or there is a problem with the ordering of installation for runtimes 2007, 2012, 2013, 2015 2017 etc.

I read where collatz requires 2012 or later runtime. I found that exact runtime install for x32 and x64.

I then uninstalled every one of m$ofts runtimes.
I put in 2012 on every win10x64 system

Then I discovered that eVga Precision XOC failed to run. I use that to control fans on my graphics cards. I do not know of any other way to have the fans run a the proper speed to cool nVidia cards.

I reinstalled Precision X and observed that it then downloaded pieces of m$soft runtime ranging from 2005 through 2010.

Both eVga precision X and collatz now work. I suspect that 2017 runtime breaks something in collatz.

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Message 24773 - Posted: 1 Feb 2018, 10:09:46 UTC - in response to Message 24770.

Then I discovered that eVga Precision XOC failed to run. I use that to control fans on my graphics cards. I do not know of any other way to have the fans run a the proper speed to cool nVidia cards.

I reinstalled Precision X and observed that it then downloaded pieces of m$soft runtime ranging from 2005 through 2010.

Both eVga precision X and collatz now work. I suspect that 2017 runtime breaks something in collatz.


WOO HOO!!!

I use MSIAfterburner to control my fans, it works on both AMD/ATI and Nvidia cards too.


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