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Problem with Microsoft Digital Image 2006

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by cuttlefish, Feb 16, 2007.

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  1. cuttlefish

    cuttlefish Thread Starter

    Jan 17, 2007
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    Before installing XP Pro (used to use XP Home), I never had a problem with the above software.
    Now I am continually getting the Windows message that "an error has occurred, sorry for the inconvenience ......... do you want to send a report ............" and a checked prompt to restart the application.
    When I click on the technical information for this error I can track it down to a file as follows:

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
    - <WatsonData Build="Release">
    <Lifetime StartTicks="95936765" EndTicks="95951078" />
    <MemoryUsage TotalPhysical="1073250304" AvailablePhysical="436092928" />
    <OpenImages LastDriveType="0">1</OpenImages>
    <ActiveDocSpriteCountAtLastActivation spriteTypeShape="0" spriteTypePicture="0" spriteTypeThreeD="0" spriteTypeOle="0" spriteTypeGroup="0" spriteTypeText="0" spriteTypePaint="0" />
    - <Messages>
    <msg id="6" wParam="1" lParam="4785908" ticks="95937437" />
    <msg id="1" wParam="0" lParam="455408" ticks="95937500" />
    <msg id="273" wParam="11087" lParam="454348" ticks="95937515" />
    <msg id="273" wParam="11087" lParam="451512" ticks="95937578" />
    <msg id="273" wParam="11087" lParam="451728" ticks="95937593" />
    <msg id="273" wParam="11087" lParam="452740" ticks="95937593" />
    <msg id="6" wParam="0" lParam="854062" ticks="95945875" />
    <msg id="10" wParam="0" lParam="0" ticks="95945906" />
    <msg id="10" wParam="1" lParam="0" ticks="95950843" />
    <msg id="6" wParam="1" lParam="854062" ticks="95950859" />

    I guess this goes to MS in the error report.

    Basically the problem is that I simply can't open any normal old jpg pics anymore as this message appears every time.
    If I reboot, then now and then it works OK.
    I have uninstalled it, cleaned out any registry references to it, reinstalled it but still no luck!
    What should I do now?
  2. Noyb

    Noyb Trusted Advisor

    May 25, 2005
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  3. cuttlefish

    cuttlefish Thread Starter

    Jan 17, 2007
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    All fixed thanks to installing a new HDD and reinstalling the application.
    Musta have been a gremlin in there somewhere.. thanks for reply!
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