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Thread: Ultimate Windows Tweaker v 2 : Feedback & Support

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    danhencha is offline New Member
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    Post Windows 7 / Ultimate Windows Tweaker 2.2

    Hello,
    Impossible to launch above utility.
    Obtain error message : "(0Xc000007b)"
    Thanking you for your assistance.


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    Quote Originally Posted by danhencha View Post
    Hello,
    Impossible to launch above utility.
    Obtain error message : "(0Xc000007b)"
    Thanking you for your assistance.
    I suggest you restart your PC and then, right-click on the application exe file and select Run as Administrator.

    More suggestions here: The application was unable to start correctly (0xc000007b).

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    Hi, I'm looking for a setting for a specific tweak in Windows 7. I *thought* I had done it with UWT, but that's maybe not the case as I can't find the setting in the current version. I had a tweak to prohibit specific file types from appearing in the Win 7 "Recent Items" jump list and it worked great. Lost it when my user profile got corrupted and it's the only setting that I've been unable to restore. ie, I'd like the recent items list to include .m3u playlists, but not individual .mp3, yes to Word documents, but no to Excel spreadsheets, etc. Is that possible in your software or am I barking up the wrong tree? Thanks.

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