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Hi, this is my very first post here.
I bought some times ago this game on GOG and try to run it on my two laptop. (work laptop, with Intel HD4600 gpu and Windows 10 64bit and my home laptop, with GeForce GTX670MX and Windows 10 64bit).
On my work laptop the game runs perfectly.
I try to run Divinity EE on my home laptop,but it always crashes. It seems unable to find this two files:
MSVCP110.dll
MSVCR110.dll
Error messages appears two times for each files (I presume it's for x86 and x64edition of Microsoft C++ Redistributable )
I try much times to download and install this packages, but the errors remain.
I have also tried to install DVD version of Divinity OS, and it works fine. If I run GOG version instead, it crashes.
Maybe is there a problem with GOG version of the game?
Please, help :)
Post edited July 02, 2016 by Glorfindel80
This question / problem has been solved by Raze_Larianimage
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Glorfindel80: I have also tried to install DVD version of Divinity OS, and it works fine. If I run GOG version instead, it crashes.
The DVD (Steam) version of D:OS Classic, or the EE? The former uses the 2008 MS VC redistributables, while the EE uses 2013.

Someone else reported this issue a week ago (also with the GOG version and Windows 10) and ended up just copying the dll files into the Shipping folder in the game`s install folder to get it to work. It may be easier to copy them from your work laptop.

They also tried reinstalling and repairing the redistributables. I asked if they searched their drive (msvc*110.dll) if those dlls showed up (searching in hidden and system files), but didn`t get a direct answer (they should be in the c:\Windows\System32 and c:\Windows\SysWOW64 folders, and at least in Win 7 are 535,008 bytes (p) and 875,472 bytes (r) ).
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Glorfindel80: I have also tried to install DVD version of Divinity OS, and it works fine. If I run GOG version instead, it crashes.
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Raze_Larian: The DVD (Steam) version of D:OS Classic, or the EE? The former uses the 2008 MS VC redistributables, while the EE uses 2013.

Someone else reported this issue a week ago (also with the GOG version and Windows 10) and ended up just copying the dll files into the Shipping folder in the game`s install folder to get it to work. It may be easier to copy them from your work laptop.

They also tried reinstalling and repairing the redistributables. I asked if they searched their drive (msvc*110.dll) if those dlls showed up (searching in hidden and system files), but didn`t get a direct answer (they should be in the c:\Windows\System32 and c:\Windows\SysWOW64 folders, and at least in Win 7 are 535,008 bytes (p) and 875,472 bytes (r) ).
That works!!!
Thank you so much.
THANK YOU SO MUCH I <3 U
I had the same problem and I had to downgrade the game to version 2.0.119.430 without galaxy support in order to get it working.
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Glorfindel80: I have also tried to install DVD version of Divinity OS, and it works fine. If I run GOG version instead, it crashes.
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Raze_Larian: The DVD (Steam) version of D:OS Classic, or the EE? The former uses the 2008 MS VC redistributables, while the EE uses 2013.

Someone else reported this issue a week ago (also with the GOG version and Windows 10) and ended up just copying the dll files into the Shipping folder in the game`s install folder to get it to work. It may be easier to copy them from your work laptop.

They also tried reinstalling and repairing the redistributables. I asked if they searched their drive (msvc*110.dll) if those dlls showed up (searching in hidden and system files), but didn`t get a direct answer (they should be in the c:\Windows\System32 and c:\Windows\SysWOW64 folders, and at least in Win 7 are 535,008 bytes (p) and 875,472 bytes (r) ).
This worked perfectly for me as well. Had same issue, GOG Galaxy version, clicking launch will trigger the cloud saves sync, then the game wouldn't start (no screen flicker, no window opening, nothing), and the cloud saves sync will trigger again as if the game has closed.
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Glorfindel80: I have also tried to install DVD version of Divinity OS, and it works fine. If I run GOG version instead, it crashes.
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Raze_Larian: The DVD (Steam) version of D:OS Classic, or the EE? The former uses the 2008 MS VC redistributables, while the EE uses 2013.

Someone else reported this issue a week ago (also with the GOG version and Windows 10) and ended up just copying the dll files into the Shipping folder in the game`s install folder to get it to work. It may be easier to copy them from your work laptop.

They also tried reinstalling and repairing the redistributables. I asked if they searched their drive (msvc*110.dll) if those dlls showed up (searching in hidden and system files), but didn`t get a direct answer (they should be in the c:\Windows\System32 and c:\Windows\SysWOW64 folders, and at least in Win 7 are 535,008 bytes (p) and 875,472 bytes (r) ).
This post was super helpful but please note that it was the 2012, not the 2013, redistributable that was needed. And, since those required files mentioned above install to \Windows\System32 (maybe others), there was (and should be) no need to copy them by hand to the game install folder.