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after system recovery can't open any programs


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GODOFTHEUNIVERSE

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After some sort of system recovery and picking the non-destructive one to save all my files, I find that all my programs can't open, so how do I open them? And my most important ones like Cubase 6.5, Blender, Vocaloid 2 don't open and say....

Cubase 6.5 says: elicenser POS error message "at top in blue" and below says: An error has been signalled by the protected object server: File SYNSOACC.DLL could not be located in the windows system folders.

So how do I open it? And the other two say...

Vocaloid 2 says: could not open synthesis engine.

Blender says: The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0150002). Click on the OK to terminate the application.


So I need help on how to open these applications up agian...and also I don't want to reinstall them because the applications themself "Cubase 6.5" for example has instruments I made and modulated in it and actually need still for my songs...So how do I open these applications?
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Dakeyras

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Currently being assisted here.

Please do not post multiple requests for assistance, thank you.

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