[Interest] Windows: "loadlibrary failed with error 87" on a configuration with a fake video card?
alervdvcw at gmail.com
Fri Mar 18 05:19:48 CET 2022
Yes. But what I meant is that it has to be triggered by Qt somehow.
As a first attempt I asked the user to set QT_OPENGL env var to
"software". This did not help. So it's probably not related to OpenGL.
Anyway, thanks to Thiago Macieira, I asked the user to send me the dump
file. Let's see. :)
On 3/18/2022 6:52 AM, Henry Skoglund wrote:
> On 2022-03-18 04:41, Thiago Macieira wrote:
>> On Thursday, 17 March 2022 19:50:45 PDT Alexander Dyagilev wrote:
>>> This error message is shown by Windows OS when it's failed to load a
>>> library the process sayed it to load.
>>> I.e. Qt calls LoadLibrary (directly, or by loading some other modules
>>> which calls it to load another modules they depends on).
>>> Short googling tells that it's an graphics card driver related issue
>>> (e.g. https://github.com/spyder-ide/spyder/issues/10084).
>>> But, maybe there is some known work around for this...
>> If you can generate a backtrace from the application at the moment
>> that dialog
>> is shown, it can help pinpoint what was being loaded and where from.
>> There are
>> too many LoadLibrary in the source code to guess which one has incorrect
> Hi, note: it's not certain that the LoadLibrary error is from Qt, for
> example a similar error:
> "Load Library failed with error 126: The specified module could not be
> found." was found to be from within the bowels of Windows itself
> (non-Qt apps also got this error).
> More here about error 126:
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