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The crash begins at start up, the launcher refuses to launch the game due to a .dll search error of some sort. It is not able to find some of the required files and gives the "0xC0000135 - STATUS_DLL_NOT_FOUND" error.


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Operating System
Windows 10 x64
Operating System Version
Game Crash
Steps To Reproduce

I honestly don't know the source of the problem, as I've redownloaded Arma 3 multiple times, as well as redownloaded steam as a whole. It isn't exactly reproducible in game as the game does not launch, the Launcher sort of just tries to launch the game, and spits out the error instead.

Additional Information

I have tried all the solutions given to me by the website's troubleshooting guide found here: LINK, all of which to no avail. The Microsoft Dependency Walker wasn't able to even identify the missing files, which made me think it was a corrupted download, however I have tried redownloading Arma 3, and eventually steam, and none of that fixed the issue. I have never had an issue like this with Arma 3-- Not even a Crash, so I am at a loss as to what could be causing it to fail now.

I've attached the file below.

Event Timeline

Jamet created this task.Apr 10 2019, 9:17 AM

could you please look here and try these solutions? Let me know if it helps. Thx.

could you please look here and try these solutions? Let me know if it helps. Thx.

I attempted to try what was attempted in the forum topic you linked, however neither reinstalling the Graphics card nor following the steps posted by Afevis helped. I did notice however that for some reason I am missing the folder called _CommonRedist, which is where Afevis said to find the vcredist files. And while I believe this could be the because of a corrupted download, this is the 5th time in a row that I've redownloaded Arma 3, and the error is still there. If there is anything else I can try, it'd be nice to know.

Jamet added a comment.Apr 12 2019, 1:42 AM

I have an update, the files it says it can't detect are XINPUT1_3.dll and X3DAudio1_7.dll.

XINPUT1_3.dll and X3DAudio1_7.dll are part of Microsoft DirectX. Do you have installed latest version of DirectX?