Windows 7 64 bit Home Premium. I have encountered a runtime error message as follows:
"Program:...Data Safe Local Back Up\Components\DSUpdate\DSUpdate.exe. Abnormal program termination."
That's pretty much it, no error code or numbers.
I go to the file/folder for DSUpdate.exe, open to follow the prompts as suggested from a community post I read, and get the above message. It also suggested I create recovery media for a work around, which I had already done.
Any other suggestions?
This was a window that popped up titled; Runtime error, Microsoft Visual C++Runtime Library, with the above error message in the window.
Solved! Go to Solution.
I am stuck with the same problem here on my brand new Dell Inspiron Win 7 Home Premium. Exception is in French environment.,
A runtime error from Visual C++ cannot be debugged unless more info appears on the offending program. A line number or error number is required to offer developpers some clue about what is happening. None appears. Invoking task manager we however find there are 2 processes running when the error occurs:
Which one is at fault we can only guess since the error message says nothing.
Come on Dell.... fix this one since this is from one of your code modules.
Same problem Dell Inspiron 580 running Win 7 Pro 64 bit. Acknowledging the error doesn't seem to have any immediate effect however I find that Windows 7 locks up at some point following this error. A reboot returns all to normal.
Mine does not freeze at a later time.
Maybe it is because I go into the task manager right after the message box and kill both processes.