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dllhost.exe crash?

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I keep getting this error when I do certain things:

Runtime Error!

Program: C:\Windows\SysWOW64\DllHost.exe

This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusal way.

If I right click my computer and select properties is one way that error appears.

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So look into the [url="http://zachd.com/pss/pss.html#bucket"]fault data[/url]. DLL Host is hosting ... a DLL. That DLL did something bad. What DLL is it? What's the fault data?

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Narrow down the main problems first, upgrade video, sound and any drivers you have to the latest VISTA drivers. Windows 7 doesnt come with the latest Vista drivers, but Microsoft made it clear that drivers that work on Vista will work on 7.

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i'm having this same problem C:\Windows\SysWOW64\DllHost.exe runtime terminating.
i've tried updating all the drivers i know about

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Im having the same problem.
Happens when i go into personalise settings via desktop and various other times. I can get in by click cancel a couple of times but its quite annoying.
I was planning on using the as my main OS but I think this might be the only thing to stop me :/

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I've worked out that its something to do with drivers or software I've installed after the install of windows 7. I decided to format and do it again being that it wasn't too much effort.
So I'm installing things in stages and I'll let you know if I work out what the problem is.
I have a feeling its do with my logitech keyboard or mouse and the software/drivers they install..
but we'll see :)

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Sounds like you installed Adobe Photoshop or CS3. That will invoke that problem. Or maybe Nero?

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[quote name='bornslippy' post='590137562' date='Nov 17 2008, 22:00']Sounds like you installed Adobe Photoshop or CS3. That will invoke that problem. Or maybe Nero?[/quote]

aha!
that was going to me my next guess after the keyboard/mouse..
as i did install that on the old install.

i was about to install that tonight! i might hold off!
thanks for your help :)!

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