Common runtime errors like R6034 and R6016 can usually be remedied by fixing errors in the Windows registry and scanning the computer with an antivirus program. Messages like "Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library" or "R6016-not enough space for thread data" indicate a runtime error and are typically caused by a virus or malware.
Because these infections can potentially be quite destructive to a system, cleaning out the Windows registry is an effective way to prevent serious damage. It is often the corruption of the Windows registry that causes the runtime errors to appear. It is not recommended for someone without intricate knowledge of computers to try to erase anything from the Windows registry manually, but there are several trusted software available that users can turn to clean their registry.
It's also important to run an anti-malware or antivirus scan to eradicate the problem completely so that it does no reoccur. Make sure to download the latest version of the antivirus software before running the scan to ensure it will detect the most up-to-date form of any virus or malware.
Sometimes issues can arise due to a bad plug-in or add-on in Google Chrome so be sure to disable any extension that appears suspicious. Also, make sure that the system's Windows updates are current as sometimes missing updates can cause errors to occur.