Annoyed Again with The Exe Error I’ve Reviewed below?
Save all your work, check that error again. Or you reopen the version of SharePoint installed. Encountered that again? You could then run the Repair entry for it; backup your personal data, then completely uninstall it from your device. Download, scan and run the newest version of SharePoint installer as Admin. Learn More to Fix it by Yourself!
Note: the Application Error would warn you that “Exception EAccessVilolation in module rtl120.bpl at 00024E5D. Access vilolation at address 50024 E5D in module ‘rtl120.bpl’. Read of address 000000000.“.
- Save your work and then please reboot your machine to check it again
- Upgrade the virus database for any Anti-Virus software you installed; scan your system in Windows Safe Mode
- Met that annoying exe error box again when you ran a Windows app and/or more? You try to completely uninstall that problematic application; download, run the original install file as system Admin
- Check and then fix any error(s) in Device Manager, you then may need to firstly upgrade it/them, then downgrade/uninstall it/them
- Clear those temporary Internet files saved; run the System File Checker command
- You could then manually restore the rtl120.bpl in Windows Recycle Bin; moreover, you then may need to download, run the professional & free file recovery application to restore the deleted rtl120.bpl file for your device, e.a., the Undelete Plus, PC Inspector File Recovery and the Recuva (for Windows users); and that Data Rescue II (for Mac ends; you need to register it.)
- Backup your system; update it to a newer version
- Fix your system via inserting an installation disc
- Move your important file(s) to a Non-system disk; perform a system restore
- The rtl120.bpl error fixed? Backup your system again to avoid it happening again!