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C++ Runtime error

When I am startup the media player classic,

Open the dialog box C++ Runtime error, or Common Language runtime error.

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Hi its a software problem.. better try to download a new media player classic in a recommended website...

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Method 1: Clean Boot with Only MoSearch loadTOCNode(2, 'resolution'); The Mosearch.exe (Microsoft Office Search Service) and Mosdmn.exe (Microsoft Office 10 Search Filter Daemon) Startup items may be conflicting with some other program (or programs) running in the background. Therefore, clean boot your computer with only MoSearch selected on the Startup menu to determine whether this program is the source of the conflict. To do this, follow these steps:
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please follow this link for a explanation and a fix for this ok
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