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Mind reader here: Your C++ library needs updating.
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Thanks Harm... did that already, before posting. :-)
Google searches on the error message showed very differing thoughts and possible solutions than those shown on this forum, including possibly bad RAM.
Since the "Update the C++ Library" solutions listed here were pretty old, I was looking for something "newer."
Since it is unclear whether you are on Mac or PC and if on PC whether you have a really old OS or a more recent one and all relevant details are still missing, I wish you luck in solving it.
I'm on a Dell XPS 720 Windows XP (32-bit) system, with all up-to-date service packs and patches. I have 4GB RAM installed, and Production Premium CS3, TMPGEncXPress and Cineform's Neo Scene. Neo Scene is a recent addition and the problem existed prior to its installation. I have two 7900GS graphics cards (each with 256MB video RAM), running in SLI mode.
I dual boot Windows XP: One system is "Messy" with all kinds of stuff installed. The other is "Clean" and has virtually nothing installed, except for the three suites previously mentioned. No anti-virus or anti-spyware software is installed on the Clean system. I get the error on both systems.
I saw the post from September 2007 reference vcredist_x86. I'll be trying that at my next opportunity, however, I'm not sure that will fix it, as I don't see why both systems would suffer from the same corruption. I'll also be swapping out RAM to see if that fixes the issue.
Success! Installing the VCREDIST_x86 solved my problem. I installed it on my "Messy" system first and was able to export a movie via AME with no crashes or errors.
Based on this success, I installed it on my "Clean" system and was also able to export via AME...
Then I restarted the computer, and my "Clean" system would no longer boot! If it's not one thing, it's another! Anyway, after a few hours messing around in Safe Mode, I determined the problem was with the video driver. After reinstalling the video driver, I was back up and running. I do not believe the two incidents were related to each other but were just coincidences, so anyone having this problem should feel safe installing the VCREDIST_X86 patch.