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Fixing Microsoft Visual C++ Run-time Issue (Fixes 9/10)

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Since these is an occurring problem with many users and is being answered separately on many threads, here is the fix! 

1. Uninstall Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable (64x).

2. Restart your PC.

3. Install the new Microsoft Visual C++ x64 here:

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=48145

4. Restart your PC one last time.

These steps have helped almost every overcome this issue, save for a few special cases.

Enjoy!

@SES_Zabir

 

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20 hours ago, Daroguetoaster said:

Since these is an occurring problem with many users and is being answered separately on many threads, here is the fix! 

1. Uninstall Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable (64x).

2. Restart your PC.

3. Install the new Microsoft Visual C++ x64 here:

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=48145

4. Restart your PC one last time.

These steps have helped almost every overcome this issue, save for a few special cases.

Enjoy!

@SES_Zabir

 

This is dont help me

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5 minutes ago, jaysonnj said:

Win 7 X64, intel core pentium CPU G850 

After attempting the fix, does the UE4/C++ error still persist? Screenshots would help a lot.

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I had error Visual Studio C++ 2015 Runtime in Windows 7 64bit. Helped me install KB2999226 patch.

And Install vc_redist.x64.exe from path: steamapps\common\ASTRONEER Early Access\_CommonRedist\vcredist\2015

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6 hours ago, warioz said:

I had error Visual Studio C++ 2015 Runtime in Windows 7 64bit. Helped me install KB2999226 patch.

And Install vc_redist.x64.exe from path: steamapps\common\ASTRONEER Early Access\_CommonRedist\vcredist\2015

To expand on this a little bit....

If you are on Windows 7 and attempt to manually install Visual Studio yourself, you may get stuck while installing. The installer will show something like "Processing: Windows7_MSU_x64". What is happening is the installer is looking for a file created by a recent windows update.

First run Windows update and see if it updates. It may just sit there and continue searching. If after an abnormally long time it does not update, I recommend following the advice found in this article: http://plugable.com/2016/06/08/windows-7-wont-update-what-to-do/ 

The advice there helped me out immensely and I was able to successfully install Visual Studios 2015. Hope this helps anyone resolve some issues!

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12 hours ago, Daroguetoaster said:

After attempting the fix, does the UE4/C++ error still persist? Screenshots would help a lot.

Here is it, I do u guide about deinstalling C++ And this is not  help

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I had this same error.  I fixed it by doing a clean boot into windows (disabling all services on startup in msconfig) then installing the latest standalone Visual C++ installer.  Just don't forget to re enable the services and reboot afterward.

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On 12/18/2016 at 0:04 PM, Daroguetoaster said:

Since these is an occurring problem with many users and is being answered separately on many threads, here is the fix! 

1. Uninstall Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable (64x).

2. Restart your PC.

3. Install the new Microsoft Visual C++ x64 here:

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=48145

4. Restart your PC one last time.

These steps have helped almost every overcome this issue, save for a few special cases.

Enjoy!

@SES_Zabir

 

This hasn't helped me.

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28 minutes ago, FixYourS#it said:

This hasn't helped me.

Jesus, why does every reply contain a quote?  I don't want to quote.

 

"Server execution failure" is the message I get.  My internet connection stinks, is that the problem?

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6 hours ago, FixYourS#it said:

Jesus, why does every reply contain a quote?  I don't want to quote.

 

"Server execution failure" is the message I get.  My internet connection stinks, is that the problem?

 

That could very well be the problem. I have not seen any other posts dealing with a server execution error. What is your internet speed? A spotty connection to the steam server could be failing mid download, resulting in that error.

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8 hours ago, FixYourS#it said:

This hasn't helped me.

Good, another pointless quote.

 

Just to be clear, it says "server execution failure" when I'm trying to install C++.

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8 minutes ago, FixYourS#it said:

Good, another pointless quote.

 

Just to be clear, it says "server execution failure" when I'm trying to install C++.

 

Are you installing the C++ through steam while trying to install Astroneer? Or are you getting that message when going through Microsoft?

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13 minutes ago, Daroguetoaster said:

Are you installing the C++ through steam while trying to install Astroneer? Or are you getting that message when going through Microsoft?

Through Microsoft.

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