Your pictures are not working, but based on your links and your error (I’m assuming it is about U8glib), I’m guessing you using the Arduino IDE to compile, and you got your source from Ryan’s GitHub page. If so there is a known problem compiling that source with the Arduino IDE. The number of files in Marlin have grown too large to spawn a Windows process. I know of three options: 1) you can compile the source using PlatformIO. This is what most people are doing, but it is a completely different development environment based on Microsoft Code and the PlatformIO add-on; 2) you can try using the source here with the Arduino IDE: https://github.com/V1EngineeringInc/MarlinBuilder/releases/. Jeff mentioned in one of his posts that he had stripped some stuff out so that it would compile on Arduino, but I don’t know if these are the sources he was referring to; or 3) the files at the link I provided included a .hex file. You can figure out how to directly flash your board from a .hex file. I know that it can be done from the Arduino is a hackish way, and I’m sure there are other solutions.
Of course this all assumes I’ve guessed right about your problem.