Check in your Windows Update history what was installed just before you started seeing this.OnlyJack said:I'm sure it isn't Adobe Reader 9, it's something MS did because I installed Quicktime on another windows 7 that I had put on another PC and the install worked flawlessly. I installed dozens of applications before Quicktime (some heavy ones like visual studio, vmware, office, jdk, eclipse, premiere cs4) including Acrobat 9 that was the first I installed and none of them gave this issue. This issue started appearing 3 days ago as the boom of posts about that issue started the 18th of january proves, I've had the Windows 7 7000 build installed on the other PC since it was leaked almost 3 weeks ago and I never had this issue there, most likely because that PC wasn't connected to the internet during that time.Sven Groot said:*snip*
I have 2 Win7 installation which have the same update history (basically it's the update for mp3s etc.). Interstingly: the installation where this issue occurs has far less installed software that the other.
The way it looks it's either:
- a setting that I change and somehow it prevents MSI SQM from working
- some data files that are used by SQM got corrupted and now whenever it tries to start a session it crashes
There's only one update for win7 and I installed it right after installing windows. The customer experience application, the one causing crashes, downloads updates from internet every time you click a Send Feedback button.PaoloM said:OnlyJack said:*snip*