Your installation has a couple Windows components missing. Usually msvcr100.dll and/ or msvcr80.dll. These are part of Microsoft C/C++ Redistributable runtime libraries. They likely can be downloaded from Microsoft, a repair of your ID installation, going to the Install/Uninstall part of the Control Panel and selecting the Microsoft C/C++ Redistributable runtime libraries icon/text and seeing if it has a repair option, etc.
Worse case is likely uninstalling ID, running the Cleaner Tool for you ID version, and reinstalling.
Thanks! It worked perfect for me!