Installer not working error: 0xc000007b

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Hello guys !

I downloaded the latest installer from the website (both win7+ and windows xp/vista )
When  i try to install it gives me error:  0xc00007b “the application was unable to start correctly”

I tried all of these what i found on this site:
And after i downloaded c++ runtime different versions, net framework different versions, directx different versions
I tried DLL-s from the site and from different sites, I tried to install new video card driver, I installed the latest windows update pack, and tried older version from MTA installer 1.5 and 1.4 gives the same error
MTA 1.3 installed succesfully when i want to update it download the new version but gives the same error when it opens the installer.
Any helps how to install it ?   I have windows 10  64.bit

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Launch notepad, and paste this content into the editor:

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Windows Error Reporting\LocalDumps\mtasa-1.5.6.exe]

Click the "File" menu on notepad (top left) and then "Save As", select "All files" under file type, and save it as crashcatch.reg

Now close notepad, go to the location where you saved it, and doubleclick/open the .reg file. Confirm adding it to the registry by clicking "Yes" when it asks.

By doing this, you enabled crashdump generation for when the MTA installer crashes, which it does in your case. So, now try to install MTA again and wait for it to crash again. Go to C:\dumps, take the .dmp file there and upload it to & share the link in this topic.

There is a system issue on your PC that causes the installer to crash, by looking at the dump we can establish where it may be related to, in order to provide you targetted support.


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I tried to do this with all the steps you wrote, i tried different ways to save the dump files with no succes..
The installer crashes before it start so I'm not able to save any crash logs from it  .

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