Code Blocks Doesn't Work Anymore!

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For about 3 months Code Blocks worked fine and then one day I went on and it said: "This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual way. Please contact the application's support team for more information". How do I fix this?
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You could probably try contacting the application's support team.


wiseass answer aside. Try reinstalling?
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The Code Blocks support team doesnt cover that kind of stuff and I already tried reinstalling it and it didnt do anything.
lol :)
anyone?
Did you try re-installing?

Sorry, I read your first post and not your other.
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megasnorlax wrote:
I already tried reinstalling it and it didnt do anything.

@Fredbill30 Please read the posts before posting.
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After reinstalling check the directory of codeblocks and manually delete the files.
Okay, I need more information. If you tried running code and that happened, post the code on here. Are you running CB on a Virtual Machine?

Look at this link and see if any one of the cases fits yours.
http://goo.gl/sGMbl
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No, its not that it doesn't let me run a code, it doesn't let me run Code Blocks itself. I click on Code Blocks and it displays that message.
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Okay, remove the configuration files of C::B for your user(s).

I am researching the location of those files... But for now, check in your Documents.

[EDIT] Found it: "\Documents and Settings\[USER]\Application Data\codeblocks" or "%USERPROFILE%\Application Data\codeblocks" [/EDIT]
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I couldn't find it.
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Just use a text editor suited for programming. On windows I use notepad++, linux = gedit with built terminal or emacs, mac = xcode. If you must really use an IDE, use eclipse or netbeans
Try looking up "codeblocks" in all files on your Mac Finder.
I don't have Mac I have Windows.
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uhhh smac... you know xcode is an ide not a text editor right?
no I did not know that. what makes it an ide?
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you can create a project, it has multiple templates, it has break points, an inline debugger, and the iphone simulator
I do not use Code::Blocks but all I can suggest is to first scan for Malware using few Free online scanners because few Malwares do delete vital files of IDE's to prevent developers creating "anti-dote" for the malware.

Next try re-installing it even if you tried try downloading a newer or older version.

If you have to, re-install\format your whole Operating System.
I do not use Code::Blocks but all I can suggest is to first scan for Malware using few Free online scanners because few Malwares do delete vital files of IDE's to prevent developers creating "anti-dote" for the malware.

Next try re-installing it even if you tried try downloading a newer or older version.

If you have to, re-install\format your whole Operating System.


why would stopping them from using the IDE stop them from programming? seems like they would prefer attacking the compiler if anything?
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