Just to tack on to this discussion since I just started having this same issue with one of my machines this morning.
This morning this machine had a full lockup, it was completely inaccessible and I had to Force shut it down by long pressing the power, Not a great way to wake up.
After restarting I had the same error:
I checked the path and everything seems correct.
I looked in C:\Windows\System32 and nothing that starts with Qt*
I also searched the whole machine and found only a few instances of Qt5core.dll, the lenovo ones aren’t in the path and were installed yesterday when everything worked.
I have uninstalled everything except the license server from this machine since everything is currently point to it.
I have tried reinstalling all the applications a number of times without success.
I have even done a sfc /scannow on the machine but also without success.
In a little bit of desperation I tried installing another application to see what would happen. I tried reinstalling the repository and it failed to install because it said it could not check the version of MongoDB that it had downloaded. This machine is no longer running the repo or database it’s been moved to another machine.
I went over to the temp path and tried running mongo.exe --version directly and got the error that VCRUNTIME140.dll was missing a little more searching and I found that repairing Microsoft Visual c++ 2015-2019 Redistributable (x64) 14.26.28720 by going to Add Remove Programs > Modify and Repair fixed Mongo being able to check it’s version.
I then tried running Monitor and… IT WORKED!
No idea what originally caused this issue but if anyone runs into it and dllhell doesn’t fix it it could be the VCRuntime.