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Sp00dermon
10-28-2016, 05:32 AM
Hello, I am unable to launch Rainbow Six Siege.
It started after I cleared my printer spool through console commands, and the initial error stated that I was missing 3 .dll, specifically
1) MSVCR100.dll
2) Xinput1_3.dll
3) d3dcomplier_43.dll (or _47)
I have addressed this problem by putting the required .dll in both system32 and SysWOW64.
I followed further steps and repaired all C++ redistributeable files, checked system integrity files, did a sfc scannow, changed nvidia to performance rather than quality, and I believe a few other methods. Afterwards, I tried one again launching from the game folder, and running it as administrator. However, now this error popped up:

http://i.imgur.com/Eh2owLE.png

Stating that I have the 0cx000007b error. I believe I heard mention that this may involve having 32 bit files somewhere, whereas mine is 64. However, I can't confirm this for I haven't the knowledge of where to fine such errors, If anyone could help, it'd be much appreciated.

Sp00dermon
10-31-2016, 03:01 AM
Anyone alive in this forum? I would really appreciate some help in this matter

aliyilmaz000911
11-11-2016, 09:48 PM
I have the same problem.
I think there is no solution.

Ubi-BrokenNinja
11-13-2016, 03:27 AM
Hello, I am unable to launch Rainbow Six Siege.
It started after I cleared my printer spool through console commands, and the initial error stated that I was missing 3 .dll, specifically
1) MSVCR100.dll
2) Xinput1_3.dll
3) d3dcomplier_43.dll (or _47)
I have addressed this problem by putting the required .dll in both system32 and SysWOW64.
I followed further steps and repaired all C++ redistributeable files, checked system integrity files, did a sfc scannow, changed nvidia to performance rather than quality, and I believe a few other methods. Afterwards, I tried one again launching from the game folder, and running it as administrator. However, now this error popped up:

http://i.imgur.com/Eh2owLE.png

Stating that I have the 0cx000007b error. I believe I heard mention that this may involve having 32 bit files somewhere, whereas mine is 64. However, I can't confirm this for I haven't the knowledge of where to fine such errors, If anyone could help, it'd be much appreciated.

Hey @Sp00dermon,

At this point, I would recommend submitting a support ticket to our custom support team HERE (https://support.ubi.com/en-us/) so they can help.

damsaddm
03-17-2018, 11:13 AM
I have followed the secondgeek.com guide to fix the error in Rainbow Six Siege. Here is link: d3dcomplier_43.dll error in Rainbow Six Siege (https://secondgeek.com/d3dcompiler_43/fix-d3dcompiler_43-dll-file-error-in-tom-clancys-rainbow-six-siege/)