Be CAUTIOUS about RegCure.
The poster above links to a web site that promotes using RegCure to fix this type of error.
RegCure and many other "Registry Optimizer and Fixer" utilities have many discussions about them, in these forums and elsewhere, about the problems they cause. RegCure in particular appears to find numerous registry errors, but then requires you to purchase the product to fix those errors.
Registry Optimizers can be dangerous, especially if the user is inexperienced and hoping for a "one-click" solution to problems. Here is one forum discussion about RegCure;
And I found this using Google;
That error message, "The application failed to initiate properly (0xc0000135)". Does it appear in a small window with a header? If so, what program is stated in the header? Here is an example of what I mean, giving "Mobtkr Speeder v 3.2.exe";
What does your window say?
There are two possible causes.
1] Symantec, (Nortons), deleted the virus but some remnant remains, and that remnant is attempting to load at Startup.
Goto Start > Run, type in MSCONFIG and click OK. In the System Configuration Editor that appears, click the Startup tab, and look for anything to do with that software stated in the header bar, or for any entry that doesn't look right to you. Google will help you there.
2] It may be that a .Net Framework component is missing. This is a Microsoft component and can be uninstalled via the Control Panel's Add/Remove Programs utility, and re-downloaded from the Microsoft Download Center or through Windows Update.
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