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DrWatson32 Woes....please help!


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Hello all. I am new here and desperately searching for some new hope to fix this annoying issue. I am having a problem where almost everytime I try to play a video file on my computer I will get a windows error window popup and when I check the running programs the culprit is DrWatson32 running in the background in Windows XP Home edition.

I am trying hard to eliminate this annoyance from my computer but with no luck as yet. I have to manually shut it down in the background processes so I can continue after I get the windows error about it. I tried editing my registry with some info I saw about this issue on another site but the keys that were mentioned for the removal of this annoyance were not found in my registry. I really badly want to eliminate this. Please help!

P.S. I currently use Adaware and Enditall. I run Adaware everytime I boot my system and let it update itself prior to running it each time. In addition, I am a gamer so I use Enditall it close down some of my background processes. This combo has not resolved the DrWatson32 issue.
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One other note: I've just noticed that this same error is also becoming associated with a dwwin.exe that I find running in the background when this occurs and I have to shut it down.

Any help us greatly appreciated!
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No help?
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Anyone want to at least try to help me?
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