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Hello @mpougnet and Welcome to the forum :D.

 

Until someone else arrives to help you, please could you check that you have the latest Windows updates on your computer :D

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Looks like your WPF DLLs are corrupt (which is part of .NET Framework). Repairing that should help. Maybe "sfc /scannow" will be needed -- I'm not actually sure how you repair .NET when it's built-in to Windows 10 ...

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