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I am not a program developer, just a user of win 7 home prem. some of my programs
 (delorem Street Atlas 2011, ACDsee, PaintShop Pro X3) will no longer run. I get the message that
 "The application was unable to start correctly (0XC0150002) What did I do? How do I fix it?
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You are a genius, I was sitting here beside myself....Thank You so much!!!
I did have to reinstall ACDSee photo manager but the other two came right up...
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Thanks for the kind word. There is a solution to everything. Finding it can be fun.

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