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BirdygirlDevon

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Hi. Can anyone shed any light why CNXD quits on opening every time on Windows 10. Nikon are trying to resolve but with no luck. Microsoft also tried to fix. Worked on new laptop fine for about a week and then started quitting. Still works on old laptop.

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darelsafa

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thank you!!!!!!!!!!!



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darelsafa

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thanks so much



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EJB

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I have had it produce reboots in Windows 10 producing a 'Bugcheck'.

Uninstalled/installed a few times and no resolution....will wait for next version.

 

PS. Have seen a few problems on various forums!



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All good on iMac running Mojave! :P



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bluzman

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Runs fine on my HP Win10 laptop.



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Hi if it worked for a week try and restore to that point ? May work.

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Ellinor William

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Unlike executable programs, such as those with the EXE extension, DLL files cannot be executed directly, but must be called by another code that is already executed.

However, DLLs have the same format as EXEs and some can even use the .EXE extension. Not all win system have this problem. But yes, this thing needs to be addressed instantly.