Those DLLs will be loaded into every process you launch so may ruin your live. Perhaps there is a way, use to check every DLL in I have installed about 40 games through Steam and don't have any problems, no, I don't think its a bad of Steam.
Try to restore your system using Windows Restore Points: [EDITED] Maybe some DLL are missed, you can test the dependencies of the program you can't start using Dependency Walker: May be this is associated with the following MS Update and Mc Afee Data Loss Prevention Endpoint (DLP Endpoint).
The only thing I did yesterday was to install a game through Steam and now I can't use like 70% of the software on my PC (most of them get this error on the entire program and some only on certain modules of it). If a DLL requires to be loaded at a fixed address(in process virtual address space), but the requirement cannot be fulfilled, Windows asserts the very 0x C0000018 error.But there is no apparent clue to tell which DLL(s) cause the problem. 1] Normally, in such a situation we usually resort to updating the program to the latest version, re-installing it completely again or running a malware scan to trace the possible hideouts of malware. 2] You may want to check if you have some anti-exploit software installed on your computer. Well, here are a few suggestions you may want to try.One recurring suggestion was to delete data from the Windows Registry which supposedly would fix the issue. While I was not able to find out why the error occurred in first place, it resolved the issue on the PC that I was experiencing it on.
The issue that I ran into was that the value was already empty on the system I was experiencing the issue on. As I mentioned earlier, I experienced the issue twice ever since I have upgraded the machine to Windows 10, and the restart "fix" resolved it both times.
And only installing (updating to) the VDA 7.8 version.
I again get the gray screen when connecting to the desktop.
Before I searched for solutions on the Internet, I tried the usual assortment of fixes including updating the program to the latest version, removing it from the system and installing it from scratch, trying to load it without extensions, running a thorough malware scan, and even running sfc /scannow on the system.
None of those options worked however so off I went to find solutions on the Internet.
There are plenty of resources that deal with the issue and it quickly became clear that the issue was not limited to Windows 10 but occurred for others on other versions of Windows as well.