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Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by TjInProblem, Sep 29, 2018.

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  1. TjInProblem

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    So, I launched my GTA V launcher with dependency walker and found out that a lot of api-ms-win* dll files were missing, with some more research, I found that these are found in windows\SysWOW64\Downlevel folder, and a lot of the files are missing, can anyone tell me where I can dpwnload the whole folder because there are 200+ missing files, so I can't download them one by one. You computer geniuses out there, please reply
     
  2. lunarlander

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    Just re-install the game
     
  3. TjInProblem

    TjInProblem Thread Starter

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    I already have, like a pghjillion times
     
  4. lunarlander

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    I assume the game was working once. Right click on C drive > Properties > Tools tab > Check button. Maybe there is something wrong with the hard disk
     
  5. jenae

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    Hi, dependency walker development stopped around 2006, I doubt you are getting proper readings, as asked did the game ever work?
     
  6. Lanctus

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    While Jenae is correct that development for dependency walker stopped, there are others who have worked to fill in the gaps. MS API-sets - essentially, an extra level of call indirection introduced gradually since windows 7. Dependency walker development seemingly halted long before that, and it can't handle API sets properly. If you're determined to use it, check this site out. It may help you. https://github.com/lucasg/Dependencies
     
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