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[h=2]Bad image Error 0xc000012f[/h]
When opening some programs this error keeps popping up and I just cant seem to get rid of it. It normally happens when running game modding programs like the Auto-installer from Gamemodding.net or Mod Organizer for Skyrim and Fallout.

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5 Best Ways for Bad Image Error Fix
Next, feel worry-free and risk-free to begin with the following troubleshooting methods since your important computer data is fully protected.
Fix 1. Reinstalling the program
Step 1. Press Windows + R simultaneously to invoke Run, type appwiz.cpl and press enter.
Step 2. Double-click on the program producing the Bad Image error and click Uninstall.
Step 3. Go to the website and download the program again.
Fix 2. Uninstall the defective update
Step 1. Type control panel in the search box in Windows and press enter.
Step 2. Navigate to Programs and features.
Step 3. On the left panel, click View installed updates.
Step 4. On the right panel, locate on the Windows update version that causes the error and click Uninstall. Restart your computer.
Fix 3. Run SFC scan and fix
Step 1. Press Windows + X simultaneously and click Command Prompt (Admin).
Step 2. Type the follwing cmd and hit enter.
Sfc /scannow
sfc /scannow /offbootdir=c:\ /offwindir=c:\windows
Step 3. This will run a system file check and repair all corrupt system files. Restart the computer.
Fix 4. Run Automatic Repair
Step 1. Boot Windows from a bootable installation media and go on with Repair your computer option.
Step 2. Click Troubleshoot -> Advanced options and then Automatic Repair.
Step 3. Wait until Windows Automatic Repair finished. Restart your computer.
Fix 5. Perform System Restore
Only you've enabled the system restore and created a system restore point beforehand, this option is the last resort you shoud take to fix Bad Image error.
Step 1. Search for system restore in Windows 10, click on Create a restore point.
Step 2. Clcik System Restore and then Choose a different restore point and hit Next. Follow the wizard to perform system restore to get back to the system point where no Bad Image error once occurred.

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