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    Default Dr. Watson problem

    I'm on Windows XP Pro

    Whenever I shutdown the system, I get what appears to be a Dr Watson type error (I'm guessing). The message says that dwwin.exe failed because the system is shutting down. I don't have to do anything though, the error goes away without having to be closed manually, and the the system shuts down normally.

    I'd like to get rid of this error even though it doesn't seem to be hurting anything. Does anyone know what could cause it or how to fix the problem.
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    Default Re: Dr. Watson problem

    perhaps there is an error when the system shot down since Dr.Watson is creating a log:In startup run type drwtsn32 a window came up with settings for Dr.Watson, path where the logdump is and help with info. In registry you can find the settings:In startup run type regedit and in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\software\microsoft\DrWatson\ you have all the values
    You can also try to look in kontrolpanel-admin-log to see if there are logs with errors. Best regards oldi

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