Describe An Unexpected Problem Has Occurred And Fde_da_ew Needs To Close Message

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Why my system is showing error while booting process  “an unexpected problem has occurred, and fde_da_ew needs to close”? Can anyone know the reason for this failure?

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Describe An Unexpected Problem Has Occurred And Fde_da_ew Needs To Close Message

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If you are unable to access the encrypted disk, then you have to use special mount utility, or you will need to repair the disk.

There are some features provided by the checkpoint to access your encrypted data, in case your system does not boot.

You can resolve this bug by using Registry Editor.

You can use Regcure Pro for an automatic fix.

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Describe An Unexpected Problem Has Occurred And Fde_da_ew Needs To Close Message

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If that error appeared on your computer while booting, it has something to do with one of the applications that start with Windows. You should disable it from the startup programs unless you know the exact program that’s causing the error then you can immediately disable it. But if not, you need to do a trial and error to identify the application.

For Windows XP, click “Start”, “Run” then type without quotes “msconfig” then hit Enter. For Windows 7, click “Start” then in the search box type without quotes “msconfig”. Select msconfig from the result to open the utility. In the “System Configuration Utility” window, select “Startup” tab. From the list, uncheck the first item then click “OK”.

Disabling startup programs

After this, restart your computer and see if the error appears. If this doesn’t work and the error still appears, repeat the same steps and go back to the “Startup” tab. Now, check back the item you previously unchecked and then uncheck the item next to it below. Click “OK” then restart the computer. Repeat this over and over until you identify the program and the error stopped appearing.

When the error did not appear on your next restart, go back to the “Startup” tab and check what program it is you disabled. Once you identified which program it is, uninstall it from your computer. On the other hand, if you need the program, just keep it unchecked and disabled from the group.

This will restrict the application from starting up with Windows and remove the error on your screen every time you boot up.

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