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LOOT Doesn´t run in MO



Hi everyone this is my very first post so sorry if im doing anything wrong just point me in the right direction Im new to modding skyrim in general and I have this problem with LOOT I installed it with help of a video from GamerPoets everything was fine until I try Run it then this message showed up


LOOT.exe - System Error The program can´t start because api-ms-win-crt-runtime-l1-1-0.dll is missing from your computer. try reinstalling the program to fix this problem


I was hoping someone could help solve this because i don´t have a lot of knowledge in load order for the plugins 

I can´t run LOOT outside MO if that helps again than you for your time if you read this :).

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You may need to install the Universal C Runtime. Click the link below and install the x86 version for your operating system.



Hi i tried that i downloaded the installer and it started searching for updates in my computer i waited like 2 hours and nothing really happened. :( you got any other solution? or maybe can you suggest me another tool that does the same thing that LOOT does so i can install that instead

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You may need to ensure all updates have been installed with Windows Update before the Universal C Runtime can successfully install. Apparently this installer can be a bit of a beast unfortunately.

My computer doesn´t seem to find any updates it just stays there "looking for updates" :/

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