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craig_welton

Legendary Poster
Well, not a fix but a workaround. Copy ICUUC.DLL from the E1 foundation (c:\e920\system\bin32 for example) and put it in the folder with NERDup.exe. For some reason, Win10 is loading it from SysWOW64. Another choice is to copy NERDup.exe to the foundation and run it from there.

Craig
 

Neal Scarr

Active Member
I copied the ICUUC.DLL to the C:\Program Files (x86)\PatWel Group Inc\NERDup folder and it's working now.

Many thanks for your help.
 

johndanter

Legendary Poster
Hi Craig

Thanks for looking into this.
I've tried both options and I still get the same message. windows 7 SP1 64bit FAT Client
 

jimmygarison

Active Member
I have is copied new NER object token is with some other project, when I tried to it find the project name having the token there's no other project.
 

HolderAndrew

Well Known Member
Hi Craig,

I am still having some issues on 9.2 client (TR9.2.5.3) where i get the "Unable to start application correctly 0xc000007b". I see latest version is from 2016 to download but can't see anything specific to 64bit? I searched for solution used by others but none seem to work. Any info would be appreciated. Btw - I use NERDup on 9.0 and 9.1 clients and they work fine, and thanks for your great utilities through the years!
 

craig_welton

Legendary Poster
Hi Craig,

I am still having some issues on 9.2 client (TR9.2.5.3) where i get the "Unable to start application correctly 0xc000007b". I see latest version is from 2016 to download but can't see anything specific to 64bit? I searched for solution used by others but none seem to work. Any info would be appreciated. Btw - I use NERDup on 9.0 and 9.1 clients and they work fine, and thanks for your great utilities through the years!
Hi Andrew,

Thanks for the kind words. We don't have a 64bit version of NERDup yet, assuming you are on a 9.2 64bit dev client. Hoping to get it done over the winter holiday.

thanks,
Craig
 
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