Runtime Error R6025 – Windows

The Runtime error R6025 is an error that occurs with the Visual C++ framework. The error is shown when your application calls a “pure virtual function” in a context that is not valid for the function. If you are not a developer, this generally means that the application’s code is incorrect; and if you are a developer, it means that you need to redesign some of the functions inside your program. 

The C++ program fails and reports the following run-time error:

runtime error R6025
- pure virtual function call

 This Runtime Error R6025 informs that particular program is corrupted and cannot perform. Besides, just like many other Windows issues and errors, this one might also be caused by the problems with Registry.

FIX Runtime Error R6025

Fix Error #1: Uninstall / Update The Program Causing The Error

If you’re a user seeing this error, you can stop it from appearing is to uninstall or update the program that is causing the error. It’s often the case that downloading a program like this to use on your PC will result in your computer saving parts of it incorrectly, leading to the error.  Uninstalling the program will remove it from your system, stopping the error. You should then try to download an update for the software before installing again. To uninstall the application, please use the tutorial below:

  1. Click Start, then select Control Panel.
  2. Select Programs.
  3. Once you have done that click Uninstall a program.
  4. Then you will see a list of programs, choose the specific program and select Uninstall.
  5. Then follow the on-screen instructions.

To update the program, you can download the necessary patch from the programs website and then install it. This is very easy to do.

Fix Error #2: Run an SFC scan

  1. Click on Windows button and Search for cmd and you will get Command Prompt as a search result. (Right click on it & select Run as administrator option)
  2. A Command Prompt window will popup. In Command Prompt, enter the following lines command and hit Enter after each one. sfc /scannow chkdsk /f C:
  3. Let the process complete and make any repairs as necessary. Once the process is finished, exit the cmd.
  4. Now type memory in the Windows search bar and select “Windows Memory Diagnostic.
  5. In the set of options displayed select “Restart now and check for problems.”
  6. After which Windows will restart to check for possible RAM errors and will hopefully display the possible reasons as for why you get the Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) error message.
  7. Reboot your PC and check if the problem is resolved or not.

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