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    Error -1073741819. Running win10-64. Anyone else have a prob installing? I didnt have any probs on JSC for cortex demo or the C++ beta4 demo.

  • #2
    Hmm... jumpstart_helper.exe is new. When does it "stopped working", as soon as the IDE starts up? Can you please provide a screen cap?


    • #3
      Hi Bob, I have JumpStart C++ installed on Windows 10 and don't see any issue with it starting or running,


      • #4
        OK, I can duplicate the problem on Win10. I will look for a solution.


        • #5
          FIxed in 9.00.02. Download it here: