bglinkerman Posted February 4, 2009 Author Share Posted February 4, 2009 I had the latest version of Paint.Net installed and worked fine last week. However, I tried to launch it this morning and it kept crashing. I tried to do a repair from the "Add Remove Programs" applet but it did not resolve the problem. So I decided to uninstall it and then reinstall it. After uninstalling it I ran the installer, it goes through 2 extraction screens, then about five seconds later I hear the error "doink" noise that Windows makes when its not happy. I reinstalled .Net 3.5 SP1 rebooted and tried again, same thing. I tried removing all Paint.Net registry entries from CURRENT_USER and LOCAL_MACHINE, tried again, same thing. I verified that there was no Paint.Net directory in "Program Files". I did a disk cleanup to remove all temporary files and tried again, same thing. I ran the "Windows Installer Clean Up" as suggested in another forum but there were not entries for Paint.Net so that was not an issue. As a last resort I tried installing an older version (2.62) that I had sitting on my computer. Still the same thing. I'm not getting any type of error, just that annoying "doink" sound. Anyone help would be greatly appreciated. Let me know if you need any more info from me. Also, I'm running XP Pro SP3. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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