Error: Xenocode Virtual Appliance Runtime – Holdem Manager Forums – I cleaned it up and since then i cannot run HEM any more. It gives me this Error: Error: Xenocode. HM Cloud: Download HUD: Cart: Login: Create Account; HM2; OM2; HM Apps; Get It Free; Support; Upgrade; Blog; News. Aug 05, 2018 This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread.
Xenocode Virtual Application Studio lets you deploy your application, data files, settings, and runtimes in a single executable. It dramatically simplifies application deployment and maintenance by shipping a single executable that runs immediately anywhere. No more 'DLL hell', separate setups, or missing dependencies. Xenocode Virtual Application Studio also lets you execute.NET and Java applications with no runtime present and convert Flash and Shockwave applications into native x86 executables.
Features • Deploy a single file that runs right away - Improve the user download and startup experience by packaging all application files, settings, runtimes, and components into a single executable that runs immediately • Convert.NET Framework and Java-based to native x86 executables - Make your Java and/or.NET-based application execute just like a native executable, with no separate installation steps or runtime versioning conflicts. Execute multiple runtime versions concurrently with no conflicts • Eliminate annoying Vista UAC prompts - Deploying in a Xenocode virtual appliance eliminates requirements for access to privileged system resources, relieving users of annoying Vista UAC prompts • Deploy instantly on USB drives - Improve mobile worker productivity by placing your virtual appliance onto a USB drive.
Run your application immediately on remote PCs, with no setups, administrative privileges or driver installations Advanced virtualization engine • Generate a native executable- No 'player' software or other separate components are required to execute your virtual appliance. Run your appliance just like a native binary • Filesystem and registry virtualization - 'Windows-on-Windows' virtualization environment simulates Windows filesystem and registry subsystems, including process-local, isolated versions of privileged resources. Apply merge or override semantics to govern interaction with the host device • Unprecedented performance -Unlike whole-machine virtualization, Xenocode Low-Overhead Virtualization (LOV) technology allows virtualized applications to execute at virtually the same speed as non-virtualized binaries. No host OS is required, drastically reducing appliance size • User-mode virtual machine -Xenocode virtualization takes place entirely in user-mode. No device drivers or privileged operations are required for Xenocode virtual appliances to execute Get started quickly • One-click component configuration - Add popular runtimes, components, and viewers such as the.NET Framework 1.1, 2.0, and 3.0, Java, Flash, and Shockwave with a single click • Application snapshotting -Configuring even the most complex application is as easy as setting it up. Virtual Appliance Studio's snapshotting feature takes 'before and after' images of your system and automatically constructs the appliance configuration • Easy filesystem and registry setup - Configure virtual appliance contents with a simple drag-and-drop. Pre-configure application settings with direct registry editing • Leverage existing Xenocode investments -With compatible configuration file formats, it's easy to migrate settings between Postbuild and Virtual Appliance Studio.
I searched the forums already and found that I'm not the only one with the problem. However, I didn't find a proper solution. This is on a fresh Windows 2000 SP4 box with ONLY the full tilt poker client on it and holdem manager 1.09 b18a.
Oh wait it has firefox too and of course.NET framework 2.0. I also needed Winrar to unpack the HEM install file. Those are the only apps installed!
HEM launches correctly, but as soon as I click auto-import the following message appears: 'Xenocode virtual appliance runtime' 'This application has encountered an error: 0xD0000135'. 'Please contact the publisher of this application for more information.' Before anyone asks me why I use W2K.