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Paint.net keeps crashing without a Crash Log(SOLVED)


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Just now, BoltBait said:

 

Ouch!

 

Yeah, that's bad.

 

I think you're on the right track trying to repair your .NET Framework.

 

 

Currently doing the chkdsk /scan, and after that I have no idea what I am doing and I am completely in the dark here. 

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26 minutes ago, BoltBait said:

For the duration, I did the following:

- I ran the program, finding issues with the Framework, and it told me to do the following steps:

> Re-install the .NET Framework to the latest

> Come back to it if it didn't fix the issue

- After the 2nd step, it scanned / tried to fix the issue again, but it said there was no issue

- I searched online how to repair my framework, and followed the "Turn Windows Features On or Off" method

- After a couple ticking and unticking boxes to the 4.8 Framework (current framework), and a couple of reboots and restarts...

Paint.net still "crashes" when I do the aforementioned tasks

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3 minutes ago, BoltBait said:

Well, your .NET Framework is definitely broken.  You should contact Microsoft about that.  I'm not sure we can do any more for you here and Paint.NET requires the .NET Framework in order to operate properly.

Alright. I do appreciate you guys for at least trying to help me solve this problem with me, I guess it was just my computer that has the problem. Might result in buying a new one. 

 

Cheers,

JustCalvin

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Good Day to all!

 

Recent updates have been happening on the sidelines, and my application finally worked again for some reasons unknown.

 

I can finally create a new canvas, adjust my contrast and etc.

 

It appears to have fixed all on its own.

 

Cheers,

JustCalvin

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