Hatori360 Posted April 20, 2021 Share Posted April 20, 2021 Paint.net crashed twice today while working with layers. A rather large error file popped on the screen and Paint.net suddenly closed seconds later. I had zero time tp read the multiple lines of text. I did manage to see that the title of the message was about a Paint.net error. I reopened Paint.net and navigated to the Settings area and copied the diagnostic report. When I clicked on "Open the Crash Log Folder," I saw that the two Crash Log files existed, but there was 0 kb of data for both files. I opened each one and there was no data. A few months ago, I tried finding crash logs and could not locate them. I uninstalled Paint.net and reinstalled it. It does not crash as much, but I worked on some images for a couple of hours or better, and it is quite disappointing to have Paint.net crash in the middle of intense work. One administrator said I might have bad graphics drivers, so I have done a clean installation of my Nvidia drivers. I selected the Creator version instead of the Gaming version. I did notice that the Paint.net crash log folder is on OneDrive, which might be a problem. I need to stop using it. Wish I had never used it in the first place. Didn't quite think it would be so intrusive as to put every file there instead of my SSD. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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