I am trying to install Couchbase Server on windows 10 but I got this error :
to install Couchbase Server , the Microsoft Universal C Runtime must be installed .
This is deliverd by Microsoft via Windows Update .
I have updated my windows and still the same error
can anyone help me please ?
That check means that the file “ucrtbase.dll” does not exist on your machine in either the Windows System or Windows System64 folders (usually those are C:\Windows\SysWow64 and C:\Windows\System32 respectively). Could you execute a Find Files on your machine to see if the file “ucrtbase.dll” exists anywhere, and if so, where?
If it doesn’t exist, I’m afraid to say your Windows 10 installation is broken, as it should be included in any version of Windows 10.
I have the same issue with the community edition 6.5.1.
All ucrtbase.dll files are in the corresponding folders.
What else could be missing?
I am experiencing the same. I have ucrt dlls in C:\Windows\System32 and C:\Windows\SysWow64 on windows 10 pro.
Installer enterprise 6.6.2.
The failure because the installer can’t find ucrt appears to be an error. No workaround or official explanation?