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Just loaded PCTV HD Pro stick on my computer, restarted my computer and attempted to run the program. When doing so I received and error message "Unhandled Exception---Failed to initialize application error code:0x3040210. Not sure how to resolve this issue. Ive tried about 5 or possiblities over the last hour.

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Uninstall it and re-install it, that will fix the problem

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