EasyBCD Application Error

Max

New Member
Hi,
I installed a copy of your program on my fresh xp sp2 installation and get the following error:
The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000135). Click on OK to terminate the application.


Reinstalling doesn't help. What do I do? Is there something i need to install like .NET fwork or something?
On top of that it created a folder on my C drive called boot, and it's hidden like a system file is that normal? How do I get rid of it if i can't use the program?

edit:
Ooops... sorry, found the answer, needed the .net fw 2.0 sry... ignore this post.
 
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mqudsi

Mostly Harmless
Staff member
Hey Max, welcome to NST!

Yeah, the .NET Framework 2.0 is a requirement for EasyBCD.

With regards to the C:\Boot\ folder, it's required by the Vista bootloader - no way to get rid of it so long as you plan on booting into Vista.
 

Max

New Member
Thanks for the welcome.
Anyway,
I formatted the Vista partition because I couldn't get it to work (my fault) and uninstalled the vista bootloader and there it still is (the Boot folder) :smile: Does it matter if it's there? Can it do harm to my mbr or not? My friend once tried to delete it and couldn't so I'm reluctant to try :smile:
 

mqudsi

Mostly Harmless
Staff member
It's perfectly safe to leave it there. So long as you're not comfortable with this one tiny folder, it's definitely recommended to just pretend it doesn't exist :smile:
 

govardhan.2009

New Member
I have installed win 7 and win xp in seperate partions .When i installed easyBCD it shows an initialize error 0xc0000135.What I have to do?
Please help me
 

mqudsi

Mostly Harmless
Staff member
Did you read the above posts?
 
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