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Diffrent softwares Crashing Due to ntdll.dll

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#1 daldrys


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Posted 08 July 2015 - 05:01 PM



I have several software crashing like Skype , flux , sometimes Explorer.EXE, some HP utility and , I tried SFC checkdsk ,made updates, when I try to get to restore it crashes too, does anyone know this problem?

This one is for Skype :

Nom d’événement de problème:    APPCRASH
  Nom de l’application:    Skype.exe
  Version de l’application:
  Horodatage de l’application:    55310e09
  Nom du module par défaut:    ntdll.dll
  Version du module par défaut:    6.1.7601.18869
  Horodateur du module par défaut:    55636317
  Code de l’exception:    c0000005
  Décalage de l’exception:    00033e5d
  Version du système:    6.1.7601.
  Identificateur de paramètres régionaux:    1036
  Information supplémentaire n° 1:    d6eb
  Information supplémentaire n° 2:    d6ebd7b8a8bf176a2e4d743f6bbdf5ce
  Information supplémentaire n° 3:    c6f9
  Information supplémentaire n° 4:    c6f9c54123675377b6d49ce964068e1c




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#2 daldrys

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Posted 10 July 2015 - 11:01 AM

ok ,no one answered but if anyone have the same problem I fixed mine with reinstalling the graphic drivers .

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Posted 10 July 2015 - 01:07 PM

Thanks for letting us know that you resolved.


The information posted for any computer error...is often generic in nature.  Any given error may hot have either the same cause or the same solution, depending on other system information.  And there is always the possibility of malware or system component failure/dysfunction.


The info you posted would never have led anyone to conclude that the graphic drivers were the source of the problem, IMO.


Happy computing :).



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