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Dwwin.exe dll error


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xxmaxixx

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I get this message each time i shut down the labtop. Any help to fix this would be greatly appreciated. Under event viewer Application most entries of error marked red X due to application hang and application error. One of the entry involved is my antivirus.

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What is the exact error message?

Also, read here: What is dwwin.exe
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dwwin.exe - DLL initialization failed. This application has failed to initialize because window system is shutting down. Same thing on log off. Will post results once im done.

I uninstall logitech setpoint and no longer encounter dwwin exe error. Checked on event viewer, still generating red x error. Source : crypt32.

5) turn off Dr Watson - it doesn't normally run unless the user asks.
However, since it's identified a problem, it'd be a good idea to fix the
problem first! :)

I am left with this part. Would it be necessary?

Edited by xxmaxixx, 30 May 2013 - 07:49 AM.

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No, I'd leave Dr. Watson asis.

Will the computer shut down now?
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No, I'd leave Dr. Watson asis.

Will the computer shut down now?


Yes. No more prompt with regard to dwwin.exe error.

Edited by xxmaxixx, 31 May 2013 - 10:25 AM.

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Good, glad to hear it.
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