This can be caused by a number factors, but usually the best way to correct it is to uninstall and reinstall all the C++ components.
How to uninstall/reinstall C++ modules
3. Click in the box and put in C++ then click the arrow or hit the Enter key to filter your results to only the C++ modules
I generally see mismatches or items without file sizes when I know there are issues. Right mouse click and follow the prompts to Uninstall (not repair) the installed C++ Module(s).
6. Download the Visual C++ v56.exe in the screen that comes up (be patient, the download will start. Once downloaded, then we need to get the additional runtimes that have been released)
Go to this section "Visual Studio 2015, 2017 and 2019" and download these updates:
11. It will unpack the files and open a CMD window:
12. If you have just uninstalled the C++, you will have the option to Ignore (I), select that or Y for yes
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