>Debbie Lewis <dklewis...@gmail.com> writes:

>> I have installed GIMP version 2.6.12 on two identical machines,
>> Windows 764-bit and the program installed but will not open.  There is
>> the informationthat came up on the screen.
>> Problem signature:
>> Problem Event Name:                  APPCRASH
>> Application Name:                        gimp-2.6.exe
>> Application Version:           
>> Application Timestamp:               4f2efd76
>> Fault Module Name:                      libgdk-win32-2.0-0.dll

>libgdk-win32-2.0-0.dll seems like a clue to me … I don't understand any
>of the other stuff here.

>> Fault Module Version:         
>> Fault Module Timestamp:             4f2500a4
>> Exception Code:                            c0000005
>> Exception Offset:                           000000000001c00e
>> OS Version:                                    6.1.7601.
>> Locale ID:                                       1033
>> Additional Information 1:                97bd
>> Additional Information 2:                97bd58ed0a3669728b37c1dd576f8751
>> Additional Information 3:                4d52
>> Additional Information 4:                4d527e55604cfa384fad8b0494da8aa7
>> I also installed this same program on my machine, Windows 7 64-bit
>> also, but itinstalled fine on mine and will run.  My machine is an
>> older machine.
>> Just wondered if there are any ideas of what I could try to get this
>> program to work on those two machines.

>Could http://comments.gmane.org/gmane.comp.video.gimp.user/21283 be the
>solution? That is, search the computer for files named
>"libgdk-win32-2.0-0.dll", and rename any such files that are _not_
>within the GIMP directory.

>hope this helps,

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