Whenever I shutdown windows, I get this message: "dwwin.exe - DLL Initialization Failed -The application failed to initialize because the window station is shutting down." The message pops up quickly and disappears only during shutdown. How to rectify this problem?
You may suffer the similar problem while you start up system or shut down process executes. Before finding the solution, it's better to know what Dwwin.exe is.
Dwwin.exe, one of Microsoft Windows error reporting utilities, is useful in reporting errors related to systems, and gathering data about malfunctioning software. It is located within folder C:WindowsSystem32. Meanwhile it poses risks to your computer's system, because it can be easily resembled or attacked by malware, spyware or virus. Those malicious programs may not inflect or attack dwwin.exe within the C:WindowsSystem32 folder, but occur within subfolders in the C drive. Generally we should not remove this folder from the computer because it is useful in reporting errors within the system. A faulty dwwin.exe poses infection risks to the computer, causes system crashes, hardware failures as well as boot up problems because it fails to report errors to the security function, so we should fix dwwin.exe error.
Resolution to dwwin.exe - DLL Initialization Failed
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