Runtime errors occur when a problem is encountered as a program application is being executed. Runtime errors happen in software environments for a variety of reasons. Some reasons may be invalid instructions or peripheral devices are not activated. One example of a runtime error is the error R6031. This type of error occurs because of an "attempt to initialise the CRT more than once. This indicates a bug in your application," according to Microsoft. To fix this problem, you must edit the registry using the Microsoft Registry Editor.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
Things you need
- Microsoft Registry Editor
Click the "Start" button in the Windows desktop to open the "Start" menu.
Click the "Run" icon and type "regedit" (without quotes) into the "Run" text field and click the "OK" button. The Microsoft Registry Editor will open.
Go to the left-side pane of the registry and locate the "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE" entry. Open the entry.
Open these folders in the following order: "Microsoft">"Windows">"NT">"CurrentVersion">"AppCompatFlags">"Layers."
Locate any keys that contain the "Relex.exe." path in them and right-click, then select "Delete." Close the editor afterward.
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