I am experiencing problems trying to boot my v90. It comes up with an error message saying:
"The application has failed to start because MSVCP60.dll wa not found. Reinstalling this application may solve this problem."
I have tried to push out an image to the machine from the server, but it does not accept it. Please help.
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Sometimes it helps to upgrade your OS ...from say (a)126.96.36.1992 to say (b)188.8.131.525. I was getting tons of uncaught applications on my 9550.I upgraded from (a) to (b) and the problem is gone.Along with battery issues.Can you try that?Your carrier must have OS upgrades for your device on their website.Good luck!
This is either a corrupt file system or a bad hard drive. You'll need to boot from a Rescue CD like BartPE or a Windows CD and run chkdsk on the drive to see if the file system has just become corrupt. If that fails, you may need to run "fixboot" and "fixmbr" from the recovery console. If those fail, or if chkdsk comes back and says it can't repair the damage, then you probably need a new hard drive.
This error means that the hard drive is either not connected properly or has failed. To fix it check and make sure the hard drive is connected properly and tight. If it is unfortunately that means the hard drive needs to be replaced.
When starting up, press the F8 key to catch the Boot Menu. Select the option to disable automatic restart on system failure. Boot and when it fails the Blue Screen will remain for you. Look near the top and see what file has been identified as the failure i.e. NV4_disp.dll. (Google the file name to see what program or hardware the failed file is associated with) Press and Hold the power button to shut down. Turn the computer back on and press the F8 key again to catch the Boot menu, and select Safe mode. If allowed into Safe Mode, try to go into Device Manager and either disable the failing device, or remove the associated program. If this doesn't work you can try to do a system restore to a date before this error started to appear. If you post back the file causing the blue screen, I can instruct you further.
Open cpu cabinet and Refix RAM some times bootable files not load on ram properly so this error comes. So refix RAM memory clean dust from circuit and RAM . Also pull cmos cell from motherbord for 5 minutes so all settings are defaults then check.