According to a quick google search, that DLL is a part of Microsoft Visual C++, so maybe there's an issue with that? I have seen an issue before caused by this, so maybe you need to reinstall/repair it? See this article, it has a link to VCRedist 2015. If you install that, it might help:
If it doesn't help, then quit every other background application too (e.g. if the virus-buster application runs a check every hour, and it gets hung-up on ARCHICAD, that can look somewhat like this).
If that doesn't help either, then please get back to me (I have a last resort).
Daniel Alexander Kovacs
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