I’m at a loss. I’m getting this error upon trying to open all things SketchUp (Pro 2022, LayOut 2022, Style Builder, Sketchup CheckUp):
I have scoured the internet for answers and narrowed down that this is likely an issue with some bad communication between my OS, Visual C++ Redist and/or .NET Framework.
I just built this computer, it was setup with Windows 11 and upon first turning it on a few weeks ago I was able to download and run SketchUp Pro 2022 with no issue though I only pulled it up for a second to check it. So what changed? A few days ago I did an entire computer case transplant to fit a new graphics card (NVIDIA RTX 3070) where I had previously just been using intel HD graphics.
That is the only thing that changed, but this issue doesn’t seem to be with a GPU driver.
Operating System: Windows 11 Pro 21H2
CPU: Intel i7-12700k
GPU: NVIDIA RTX 3070
What I’ve tried:
Complete uninstall and reinstall as an administrator of SketchUp 2022 (about 3 times at this point.)
Version Checks of both Visual C++ (2015) and .NET framework (4.8.*)
System File Check scan, to no avail
Complete repair install of Windows 11 Pro
Following a blog post I also tried to re-register (cmd regsvr32 “filepath”) the troubled .dll file and got this
A point that I noticed during all of this is that in my file explorer, where on my previous device running Windows 11 Pro I had a Program Files and a Program Files(x64) folder, On this device I the other folder is Program Files(x86)… I don’t really understand the difference in architecture but this is the first time I’ve seen the (x86) - I don’t know enough to know if that’s important.
Thanks for any help you might be able to provide.