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Try running pdnrepair.exe. You'll find it in your paint.net folder.

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Ok. Let's have a look at your system.

 

Please copy & paste the contents of the :Settings: Settings > Diagnostics dialog into a post here.

 

REF: http://www.getpaint.net/doc/latest/SettingsDialog.html

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Hi,

here is the content of Settings /  Diagnostic :

 

Application    paint.net v4.0.9 (Final 4.9.5848.30436)
Build Date    mardi 5 janvier 2016
    
Matériel accéléré rendu (GPU)    True
Animations    True
DPI    96,00 (1,00x scale)
Langue    fr-FR
    
OS    Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (6.1.7601.65536)
.NET Runtime    4.0.30319.42000
Physical Memory    8 119 MB
    
CPU    Intel® Core i5 CPU         650  @ 3.20GHz
    Architecture    x64 (64-bit)
    Process Mode    64-bit
    Speed    ~3192 MHz
    Cores / Threads    4
    Features    DEP, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4_1, SSE4_2
    
Video Card    NVIDIA GeForce GT 320
    Dedicated Video RAM    978 MB
    Dedicated System RAM    0 MB
    Shared System RAM    3 071 MB
    Vendor ID    0x10DE
    Device ID    0x0CA2
    Subsystem ID    0x2150174B
    Revision    162
    LUID    0x0000C801
    Flags    None
    Outputs    1

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Does this affect the built in effects or plugins or both?

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Does this affect the built in effects or plugins or both?

Ego Eram Reputo, you must be sending positive waves... As I was beginning some tests to answer your question, I'm noting that the crash doesn't occur anymore !

Thank you for your help.

(since I did not install anything else than pdn 4.0.9, I suppose I've only got the built-in effects).

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Great news!

I can't claim the solution. Mods do have special powers (we only use them for good). Not that special :D

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