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WAMP server installation, getting error popups, DLLs missing

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I am installing WAMP Server. When I am in the installation it gives me the first popup (image 1) then when I try to run the program after installation it gives me the second popup.

I installed the Microsoft Visual C++ programs that are listed on the installation file, and on guides on the internet.

Any ideas how to get this working?
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by:Julian Hansen
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it gives me the first popup (image 1)
Did you forget to attach something?

1. What version of WAMP
2. What OS are you running - version and architecture (x86 / x64)
3. Attach screen shot so we can see the problem.

Right now all we know is you are having a problem but we have no idea what it is.
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1. Wamp Server 3.0.6 64 bit
2. Windows 8.1 64 bit
3. 1 appears during the installation, 2 appears when trying to open the program.
1.bmp
2.bmp
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Julian Hansen earned 500 total points
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Hint: when you post screen shots
a) Trim the excess space around the relevant bits
b) Save as a compressed JPEG
Makes it easier to view.
To your problem - you need to go here
https://www.microsoft.com/en-za/download/details.aspx?id=48145
Click download and then select the 64Bit download (as in screen shot below)
Save and run the package
Screenshot
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by:burnedfaceless
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Thanks man, that helped a lot. Especially with the screenshots.
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You are welcome.
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