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  • UBoard.exe questions

    This might not be the best location for this question but I couldn't find a forum or thread dedicated to UBoard transparent keyboard, so here goes...

    I'm trying to get UBoard.exe to run under an nlite-stripped installation of MCE, but I'm getting the following error:

    Uboard.exe - Application Error
    The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000135). Click on OK to terminate the application.

    So I'm wondering what specific dll's or windows components are required for UBoard to run. I'm using the onboard video on a EPIA MII-12000 board, so maybe it's something with overlay? The error isn't very descriptive, and the web-shortcut that comes with the UBoard application never seems to load the site, so maybe someone can provide some insight on what the problem might be?

    '01
    Hang on while I defragment my car...

    the Acura ITX project
    the Acura ITX skin for RoadRunner
    project progress: 99%

  • #2
    I get the same error on my full install of windows. Was not getting it on my desktop, but moving over to the CarPC the error pops up.


    Duh I didn't install .net on this system

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    • #3
      Installing .NET fixed the issue?
      Is there a way to check if .NET is installed on a system already? I can't remember if I installed it or not.

      '01
      Hang on while I defragment my car...

      the Acura ITX project
      the Acura ITX skin for RoadRunner
      project progress: 99%

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      • #4
        Originally posted by 01black_ac
        Installing .NET fixed the issue?
        Is there a way to check if .NET is installed on a system already? I can't remember if I installed it or not.

        '01
        well too be honest I didn't check the code exact code against yours, i.e. "(0xc0000135)", so my error could've been different.

        To check for .NET control panel->add/remove programs->look to see if you have "Micorsoft .NET Framework" in the list. If it's not you need to download it and if it is already there then I had a different error.

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