Windows: XP Pro
I'm not sure what "CreateProcess" means in this context. I am creating a process with the multiprocessing package, is this what this is about?
I'm not sure whether `msvcr90.dll` is the thing - How should I know? The only thing I got was the CreateProcess error message.
On Thu, Jun 25, 2009 at 8:57 PM, Daniel Pryden <email@example.com> wrote:
It might help if you could provide some version numbers. Python
version, py2exe version, Windows version, etc. Also, how are you
If you're using Python 2.6.x and/or Python 3.x, the issue is probably
related to the Microsoft Visual C Runtime 9.0 library (msvcr90.dll)
and/or its manifest. (Is this the "some MS redistributable something"
that you refer to? I can't read your mind, you know.) See the list
archives for lots and lots of discussion of this issue.
> Does anyone have an idea? I would really like to resolve this before
> On Tue, Jun 23, 2009 at 1:11 PM, cool-RR <firstname.lastname@example.org
> <mailto:email@example.com>> wrote:
> I have a problem: I used py2exe for my program, and it worked on my
> computer. I packaged it with Inno Setup (still worked on my
> computer), but when I sent it to a different computer, I got the
> following error when trying to run the application: "CreateProcess
> failed; code 14001." The app won't run.
> I googled for it a bit and found that the the user should install
> some MS redistributable something, but I don't want to make life
> complicated for my users. Is there a solution?