This is known to be caused by <SQUISH_DIR>\lib\_squishrunner.exe being compiled with a different compiler (or compiler version) than the binary file that the respective Python module consists of.
The only known solution to this is to add a manifest which specifies the runtime of the Python module's binary file to the file <SQUISH_DIR>\lib_squishrunner.exe.
For example, if the module's binary (e.g. C:\Python27\Lib\site-packages\pyodbc.pyd for the pyodbc module) was compiled with MSVC9 (you can check this with
Analyzing dependencies with Dependency Walker
), then a manifest similar to the following may have to be added to _squishrunner.exe:
Adding/setting manifests is explained in
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