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Thread: Runtime error C++ when I try to start DUDE.

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    Runtime error C++ when I try to start DUDE.

    I have been using DUDE on this laptop for ages with no problem!
    Recently I suddenly get this Runtime error C++ on one of my Laptops when I try to start Dude. ATM I have Dude 6.35.4 installed, and on all other of my PCs its working like normal.
    Only on this PC it simply wont start.

    I have tried Uninstalling Dude and reinstalling several times, alos in different locations just to be sure nothing from old install should interefere or something.
    I have also reinstalled all Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime redistributables, just in case there was some kind of bug.

    Rebooting, and all the usual ways of remedies did not work!

    Does any1 have a tip on how to resolve this issue, or do I really hve to reinstall my entire windows just because of this?
    (I am not sure if it is related, but I also had a BlueScreenOfDeath because supposedly because of my touchpad shortly before I noticed the problems with the DUDE. However, I do not know, if these 2 incidents are at all connected!)

    Any help and tips would be appreaciated!

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    Re: Runtime error C++ when I try to start DUDE.

    Have you tried DUDE's user forum? https://forum.mikrotik.com/viewforum.php?f=8
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