“Application.exe has stopped working” is a Windows error that shows up when a particular program crashes. This issue might occur on any versions of the operating system. However, recently we received a bunch of questions from Windows 10 users. So, it seems that the latest version of the OS is most affected by this error. › Why has Scripted Diagnostics Native Host has stopped workin? › ialmrnt5 display driver has stopped working › Video Card has Stopped Working/Not Detected › Solved my cam is working but mic has stopped if i bu › my touch pad pointer has stopped working › keyboard has stopped responding › symantec endpoint protection has stopped work. Apps not working or stopped while working, such as unfortunately Netalpha has stopped or unfortunately the internet has stopped, is a very confusing error because one moment your App is running smoothly and the next moment it shuts down automatically with an error message. Unfortunately, Youtube has stopped working, Netalpha has stopped. Hello, Have you tried the following: In your Steam Library, right-click Talisman and select 'Properties' Select the 'Local Files' tab, then click 'Verify Integrity of Game Cache'.

Application Has Stopped Working Message

  • Windows Server 2008 R1 with Terminal Services/Citrix - Microsoft's redirector closes the files for all users when the first user logs out of his Terminal Server /Citrix session. This will affect any application run from a mapped drive. An incident has been opened with Microsoft and they have opened a bug.
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 with Remote Desktop Services/Citrix - Each time a new user opens an application with exe files already opened by a previous user, then file ownership is transferred to that user. When the last user in the program logs out of Terminal Server/Citrix the application will close for previous users.
    • For additional information, see Microsoft KB article Applications may crash or become unresponsive if another user logs off Remote Desktop session in Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 2008 R2.

Workaround: Re-install application to local server disk/drive.

Application Has Stopped Working Cold War

  1. Go to Add > Remove Programs/Uninstall or Change a program.
  2. Select the Fixed Assets application, click Remove, and select Uninstall Workstation.
  3. Download the current Fixed Assets install files from Software Delivery Manager.
    • Click here for steps on how to use Software Delivery Manager.
  4. Perform a network (recommended) or standalone installation to one of server's local disk/drive.
    • Click here for steps on how to install CCH ProSystem fx Fixed Assets.
  5. During installation, select the previous (remote) location of the data files.
    • Note: There is no need to copy or relocate the existing data files.
  6. Select a location on the local disk/drive for the Work folder.
    • Note: Users require full security and shared permissions to this location/shared folder.
  7. Open Fixed Assets.

Note: Depending upon your network configuration, it may be necessary open Fixed Assets and select Tools > Global Settings > Select/Copy Global Settings and change the Active global settings selection.