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Thread: Pop Up Windows: Core Converter.exe does not function anymore

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    Question Pop Up Windows: Core Converter.exe does not function anymore

    After several months using CD Ripper again error messages poped up during ripping:
    "dbpoweramp CoreConverter does not function anymore"
    "Close Program"

    The problem details given in the box:
    >>>
    Problemsignatur:
    Problemereignisname: APPCRASH
    Anwendungsname: CoreConverter.exe
    Anwendungsversion: 16.4.0.2
    Anwendungszeitstempel: 5a456e59
    Fehlermodulname: FLAC.DLL
    Fehlermodulversion: 16.3.0.0
    Fehlermodulzeitstempel: 59fb3943
    Ausnahmecode: c000001d
    Ausnahmeoffset: 0000000000035883
    Betriebsystemversion: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.48
    Gebietsschema-ID: 1031
    Zusatzinformation 1: 2d5a
    Zusatzinformation 2: 2d5a4c6185278fc26375c7127c3a2285
    Zusatzinformation 3: 7b4e
    Zusatzinformation 4: 7b4e6e5e1b3cef3f755abd04061b853d

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    C:\Windows\system32\de-DE\erofflps.txt
    <<<

    erofflps.txt tells something about Microsoft data security or protection, see attachements.

    Ripping worked out fine after a second try.

    Do these anoying pop ups mean something?
    Any ideas how to circumvent them?

    OS: W7 Prof. SP1

    BR, Tupac
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    Re: Pop Up Windows: Core Converter.exe does not function anymore

    It means the FLAC encoder is crashing, however searching google for this 'c000001d' error code it seems to be never the application which is the real cause. Some threads point to buggy security software, others to Windows registry errors.

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