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CDisplay causing Explorer.exe Crash


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#1 the original DiRT

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Posted 12 January 2010 - 05:04 PM

CDisplay is a sequential image viewer that works very well for displaying zipped/rared files of jpegs. I use it almost every day and in order to help organize my photo sets, CDisplay has a DLL that generates a thumbnail for the file of the first jpeg in the zip/rar. Almost every day though, explorer.exe crashes and Iget this error message:
Problem Event Name:	BEX
  Application Name:	Explorer.EXE
  Application Version:	6.1.7600.16404
  Application Timestamp:	4a765076
  Fault Module Name:	CDISPS~1.DLL_unloaded

Any ideas on how to fix this? It doesn't seem to be a widespread problem ads I can't find anyone else complaining about it. I'm using Win7, but I had the same problem under Vista and IIRC, under XP as well.

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Posted 12 January 2010 - 05:57 PM

Might be a software conflict.
You could try an older/newer version or switch to an alternative.

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