that could be an issue with Windows. have you tried getting a new copy of the ntdll.dll file?
Doing a web search on Exception code: 0xc0000374, you can find posts like the following with suggestions on what may be causing this kind of issue with ntdll.dll... Office products crashed upon launch (0xc0000374 exception) - Microsoft Community
Prime culprits include incompatible printer drivers, security software, and corrupt Windows user profiles.
I downloaded ntdll.dll. But can not deleete/replace it even I'm administrator.
What to do ?
Try renaming it and put the new one into its place. After a reboot you should be able to delete the renamed one.
Hope that helps,
even renaming is impossible.
I should reboot on CD for that.
But it won't resolve the problem. Be"cause i have re installed the server several time.
Is sqldeveloper a java program ? If yes : Where can we see the java dumps or log to get more information ?
Yes, SQL Developer is a Java SE application. If the JVM crashes, the dump is written to your SQL Developer installation's sqldeveloper\bin directory. Any Window's stuff would be written to the Windows Event Viewer.
You could also try launching SQL Developer from a Cmd console window using the sqldeveloper\bin\sqldeveloper.exe and see if any additional info appears in the console.
Are you running in VM with VMware Tool v10.**?
Try to revert it back to VM Tool 9.9.2.**, i have similar problem after upgrade to VM workstation 12 with VM Tool V10.**
How can I revert to VM Tool 9.9.2 ?