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Please help -

 

I have played Squad for over a year now and had no problems at all until I recently updated to Windows 10 and did a fresh Install.

 

I now get an Error when launching the game, a message pops up "The application was unable to start correctly (0xc0000142). Click OK to close the application" Then

 

When you click OK a message from windows pops up

 

"PostScriptum.exe untrusted system file (C:\\Windows\System32zdwmapi.dll)" Anyone know how to fix this?

 

Fixes i've already tried that don't work:

-Uninstalling easy anti cheat

-Verifying steam cache

-Disabling Windows defender

-Disabling anti Virus

-Run as admin 

-Repair EAC

 

I also get the same message when trying to run the Post Scriptum BETA.

 

I love this game and i'm worried I won't be able to get this fixed i've looked at other peoples posts on here and nobody seems to have resolved this issue :(

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Hello and welcome to Squad @Oslings,

 

looks like an EAC error.

16 minutes ago, Oslings said:

"PostScriptum.exe untrusted system file (C:\\Windows\System32zdwmapi.dll)" Anyone know how to fix this?

maybe this helps?

https://www.easy.ac/en-us/support/squad/issues/errors/

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Untrusted System File

The game loaded a system .dll that failed an integrity check. This error indicates a system level corruption.
Repair missing or corrupted system files.

Run the following command with Administrator rights to repair corrupted system files. sfc /scannow

For further instructions on how to do this, please visit this link. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/929833/use-the-system-file-checker-tool-to-repair-missing-or-corrupted-system-files

Follow this guide for instructions on running a command with administrative rights.

 

 

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Check the following ;

See if your Anti-Virus is interfering with Squad or EAC
Try to repair EAC 

and finally do the following 

1. Open Cmd.exe by admin

2. Type sfc /scannow and hit enter

3. Let the scan run itself.

4. If the result says "some of the files were corrupt and wasn't able to fix them"
    Read this : https://appuals.com/fix-corrupt-files-reported-sfc-using-sfcfix/

5. When the scan finishes w/o any problem,  Type shutdown /r /f /t 0 - It will automatically reboot your system. 

 

You can refer to below post to help yourself in any troubleshooting process

 

 

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