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How To Fix Error 0xe06d7363
What is Error 0xe06d7363?
Error 0xe06d7363 is displayed when a process or an operation is not launched, or completed by an application.
This error can prevent the user from performing some operations. It might close the application unconditionally. Sometimes a ‘GetLastError()’, a ‘GetExceptionCode()’, or a ‘GetExceptionInformation()’ is displayed with this error.
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Error 0xe06d7363 can occur for a number of reasons. Damaged, corrupted or missing files in the registry database are the main reasons why the error might occur. Another reason is when the system files are not configured correctly, thus they corrupt system files in applications. They can also affect the hardware devices.
All code generated exceptions in the Microsoft Visual C + + compiler will contain this error. As this error is compiler generated, the code will not be listed in Win32 API header files. This code is a cryptic device, with ‘e’ for exception while the final 3 bytes represent ‘msc’ ASCII values.
Further Information and Manual Repair
To resolve this error, you will have to debug an application. While using Microsoft Visual Studio, you can stop the program when error 0xe06d7363 occurs. To start debugging, follow these steps:
- Start debugging application
- From Debug menu, click on Exceptions
- In the Exceptions window, select error 0xe06d7363
- In Action, Change to Stop always from Stop if not handled
Another fix for this issue is reverting back to an earlier copy or the last update of the same Windows. Error 0xe06d7363 can occur is when you try running a client application using Microsoft.SqlServer.Types.dll component on your computer that has Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Server Pack 2 installed. With the error, the following text can be seen:
“unable to load DLL ‘SqlServerSpatial.dll’ Exception from HRESULT 0xe06d7363″.
A Cumulative Update 7 was initially released for SQL Server 2008 Service Pack 2 in order to fix this issue. Since the builds are cumulative, every new fix released contains hotfixes and all security fixes which were also included in previous SQL Server 2008 fix release. This error can be found in all Microsoft products that are listed in the Applies to Category.
Microsoft SQL Server 2008 hotfixes are created to resolve errors like 0xe06d7363 on specific SQL Server service packs. This error is by design and has commonly occurred in the previous versions of Windows before Windows 7. However, Windows 7 users have seen this error pop up, which can be resolved through debugging. You can also download a powerful automated tool to help fix this error code.
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