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Testing and discussion of the conversion of Rainmeter to D2D.
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I had a crash of Rainmeter v4.3.3273 while running UserBenchMark utility. The crash occurred at the very start of the Nvidia testing. The *.dmp file, event viewer report, and my system info are attached.
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This may be similar to the reported Rainmeter crashes when nVidia drivers are updated. Rainmeter, and several other applications like HexChat for instance, just don't like it when some other process takes exclusive control of the graphics drivers. Not sure there is much we can do about this.