The most frequent error of Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 8, and Windows 7 is related to the VCRUNTIME140_1.dll file. It appears in the form of a pop-up window when trying to start some type of program such as “The program can’t start because vcruntime140_1.dll is missing” and “The code execution cannot proceed because vcruntime140_1.dll was not found”. Other common errors are vcruntime140_1.dll error loading, vcruntime140_1.dll could not be located, the procedure entry point vcruntime140_1.dll error, and vcruntime140_1.dll crash. So here we will find the solution to this issue through several methods.
What is VCRUNTIME140_1.dll Error?
The error VCRUNTIME140_1.dll is likely related to the Visual Studio C ++ set of libraries. In this case, the solution is to reinstall the library file. However, we will have to know the type of architecture (We can check it by right-clicking on the Windows icon in the Start menu and then clicking on the System section). Now download the vcruntime140_1.dll file online. The installation process is similar to that of any other program. Once installed, restart the computer so that the changes apply correctly.
How to Fix VCRUNTIME140_1.dll Not Found Error in Windows 11/10
Method 1: Install Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable package
DLL error also appears if some components get corrupted within the Visual C++ libraries. So, installing the latest package could fix the issue.
- Head over to Microsoft website for the latest installers of Visual C++.
- You will see vc_redist.x86.exe (32-bit) and vc_redist.x64.exe (64-bit) versions.
- Download and Install.
- Reboot the system.
Note: If you have already installed Visual C++ Redistributable packages on your PC then you need to first uninstall them and install the new ones.
Method 2: Copy the file from another PC
If Method 1 does not work for you, please try to fix it as below:
- You need to copy the VCRUNTIME140_1.dll file from another PC ( The PC should be VCRUNTIME140_1.dll error-free).
- Find the folder that contains the VCRUNTIME140_1.dll file (available at this path – Windows: C:\Windows\System32).
- Now paste the copied DLL file there.