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DrWatson and Int Explorer crash


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Okay, so I have a windows partition (C drive) and a memory/random stuff partition (D drive)

as of recently (today) i cannot open the D drive without explorer crashing and the drwatson debugger popping up. I am about 100% sure I have no idea why as I've not been downloading anything recently and what not. It worked on Jan 9 just fine... and even on saturday the 10th... but as of sunday, its been being a total butt nugget.

Any help would be appreciated. I saw another thread but figured since my situation is different I'd ask.

So yea, thats all I got.

Oh, I googled DrWatson and all i got is that it is part of windows... and some say its a virus... I say its annoying and ticking me off...

Thanks
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here is HJT log... looks decent to me as all the sys32 files i googled are legit... any suggestion?
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This is not the proper forum to post HJT log.
Dr. Watson is part of Windows, but it's more, or less worthless, so it's better to disable it.

Download, and install WhoCrashed: http://www.resplende...rashedSetup.exe
Open it, click Analyze button.
WhoCrashed will create report.
Copy, and paste it into your next reply.

Edited by Broni, 13 January 2009 - 10:17 AM.

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sorry if its in the wrong place... but if i need to go make another thread somewhere else i can... no biggie

whocrashed said there were no crashes when explorer and drwatson crashed moments prior...
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Your log was clean by the way
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hmm, alright. That makes me feel a little better. But why is the partition on my HD for storing files only crashing everytime I open it. As long as I don't acknowledge the windows error i can navigate, but i have to eventually click the 'dont send error report'
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Did you try System Restore?
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Nah I didn't try a system restore. My last restore point is non existent. Worse case scenario I format the partition having issues, split it like I should have a while back and see what happens. If the issue persists I can just reinstall windows... I'm currently finding and moving all executable files that I may need for a reinstall... not what i prefer to do, but by no means will i not do it if needed...
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