01-31-2009 08:34 AM
Two days or so ThinkPad System Update 3.14 was running. Today it is not. It errors during the splash screen (almost immediately) with a Windows error dialog box (I can't attach a JPEG, so I typed it out):
Window Title: Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library[X in red circle] Runtime Error!
This is a Windows Vista Ultimate T61, fully updated (Windows and Lenovo) as of a day or so ago, and now it is malfunctioning.
Separately and distinctly, this happened several months ago on an R40 and I never fixed it. When I first discovered that problem, I tried deleting TVSU and reinstalling, but on that computer it behaved as before.
02-04-2009 02:30 AM
it might be a problem with some software installed on your system. The same behavior on two different models, seems strange.
Also the two day´s running TVSU aim to this conclusion.
Please check your installed software, MS updates and NET Versions.
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01-23-2010 05:36 AM - edited 01-23-2010 05:37 AM
I'm now having the same problem w/ my 2757-cto and a fresh, clean install of Win7 x64 Pro. (W700, 17" Screen, Nvidia 3700, 4 GB, Q9300 CPU, Bluray Disk, Dual Hitachi HTS72050A9A364 500 GB drives, Fingerprint Reader, Color Calibrator.)
The system reports that .NET 3.51 is installed and active.
I've tried the following, to no avail:
1) Downloaded and installed C++ runtime for x64 systems.
2) Downloaded and installed C++ runtime for x86 systems.
3) Tried to install .NET executable packages from Microsoft, but they wouldn't not install -- 3.51 already present.
4) Manually downloaded and installed Lenovo System Manager and most of the other patches, then tried tvsu.
5) Tried to used Lenovo's PC Doctor to obtain and install tvsu, but it points to the 3.14 version (which won't install).
6) Updated BIOS to 2.09-1.07
On the same system with a different boot disk containing a triple boot of Vista x64, Win 7 x32 and Win7 x64, tvsu had no problems when booted to any of the OSs.
Needless to say, this is most frustrating! Any assistance would be gratefully appreciated.
01-23-2010 09:50 AM
I can only agree with "Agotthelf", as I have experienced such situation in the past and it was in my situation an AV software, that was blocking all applicaitons, that requested internet access.
Maybe you can try to uninstall TVSU, make sure that also it's deleted from %programfiles% and then install it back.
Let us know your results.
02-07-2010 03:44 PM
I also had this problem recently.I installed Windows 7 few days ago and TVSU worked fine at that time. After few days of using and installing new software, TVSU is dead now.
I tried installed TVSU again without success.