I fixed this because i have a similar error but in mine it says something like unable to star dcom server and a location but when i saw that location i realised that my game wasnt installe there so i moved the game from Apps & Features to C: (i have it installed in D) And magically all my Forza Games started to work not only the one that i moved (Forza 6 Apex) but also the other two FH3 & FM7… I hope this can fix your problems
Same issue here. Probably unrelated but worth stating, 7 worked just fine without this and any issues until after i tried using an xbox 1 wireless controller adapter and xbox 1 controller. The controller worked for about 2-4 mins then would disconnect, reconnect (pushing button), then disconnect. After that sequence followed the nasty blue screen. [Mod Edit - Abbreviated profanity, profanity and profanity that is disguised but still alludes to the words are not permitted - D].
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This was the reply I am getting from Turn 10 about this issue
Disclaimer: This was posted in another thread. And it does work so credit goes to that person who posted it.
What you need to do (PC) is:
Scroll down to Windows PushToInstall Service
Right click on it and start the service
Start Forza 7
This time Forza 7 will start and load. I’m not sure why Windows PushToInstall Service is helping but it does. And it’s a service that will stop on it’s own. So even if you change it to Automatic it’s status will turn off on its own. So for now, just start the service when Fora 7 ctd on launch.