All the details and fixes on the Internet suggest you reinstall the application, then perform a System Repair operation using the built-in's Windows file checking command.
In most of the cases, you can simply repair the current installation because it will fix things as well, but I recommend removing the application, then do a fresh installation.
After this procedure, go to Start > Run and type cmd. Right click it and choose Run as Administrator. Type sfc /scannow. After the process starts, wait to complete and reboot the PC afterwards. If I am right, the software should work normally.