Based on that 0xc000007b, please take a look at the following, especially the comments of Abhishek Kapoor, Large_Donkey and VDOSurfer.
We will be watching for further developments.
Add On...came across the following online
Thanks for your suggestions.
I have run CHKDSK and did resolve some file errors. But no change in trying to start Premiere Elements 12.
I cleaned up my start files and removed a lot of extraneous programs. No change!
I installed Premiere Elements 12 on my very similar laptop to prove that I was installing a good package. It runs just fine. Virtually identical system and applications installed.
As I have done all the required Microsoft updates to Win 7, it is difficult to back up restore versions. I am not having problems with any other application program.
I did see where others were re-installing the C++ redistributables but I am good there. I also saw the dll files but not sure about that.
Not having much success...
Thanks for the follow up.
Are you rid of the 0xc000007b error?
If so, you might want to check out the following and determine if there is anything in either of them that will work for you.
We will be watching for your progress.
Just resolved the problem and running just like that 'click". I followed a reference on the page of other problems and found a more detailed discussion of the addition of the dll files.
I added them and then ran as expected. Is this a common problem? Certainly a strange one as my laptop worked with the same operating system...
So, problem solved and moving on to the next computer challenge.
please try to download a dll file from
The package contains the files msvcr100.dll and msvcr80.dll. Extract the package contents to the following location:
C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Elements [version]
Great news and especially great job. Sorry I overlooked Sandeep's post in checking out the 0xc000007b error.
Hopefully no more computer challenges and only great video outputs.
Your follow up is very much appreciated and will be a help to others.