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How to Fix PUBG Microsoft Visual C++ 2015 Error

How to Fix PUBG Microsoft Visual C++ 2015 Error

In case you have this problem popping up once you open PlayerUnknown’s Battleground (PUBG) game, you’re not alone – this problem usually occurs when you have missing VC++ 2015 redist installation. Most games required this component in order to play some of it features and you must install both 32bit and the 64bit version of it, even though you’re in Windows 10 64bit. This error also happens on 2013 and 2017 version of Visual C++.

The fix to this problem is very simple, and you don’t need to download this online – if you already have the PUBG installed in your computer. It just a matter of reinstalling this components. See our step by step guide below how to fix this issue.

How to Fix PUBG Microsoft Visual C++ 2015 Error

  1. Go to PUBG redist folder, you can find it on steamlibrary\steamapps\common\PUBG\_CommonRedist
  2. Now browse to 2015 folder
  3. Install both vc_redist.x64.exe and vc_redist.x86.exe
  4. Once complete, try opening PUBG and the error will not come up again

If you find this tip helpful, please let us know by leaving a comment down below. If you still have problem don’t hesitate to drop it as well.


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  • metalwarrior51
    January 14, 2018 at 6:02 pm

    Your fix was just what I needed to be able to launch pubg; I repaired the redist 2013 and 2015 and the game worked fine. The only thing that is happening now is that each time I turn on the PC I have to repair the redist’s again before I can launch the game. Do you have any ideas?

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