Got an error while starting XdP+

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I downloaded XdP+ exe from eMul and installed it. Installation was okay but when I tried to launch it, I got this error message.

I tried reinstalling but the same error happened.

Anyway, I searched the web but couldn’t find a sound solution. 

Anybody from this forum who could help me?  Please help.

See error message below:


XdP+ has encountered a problem and needs to close.

We are sorry for the inconvenience.

If you were in the middle of something , the information you were working on might be lost.

For more information about this error, click here.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #112200

Got an error while starting XdP+


Hello Oqvilch,

With this problem encountered in  XdP+ please see to it that the required operating system are XP /2000/ME/NT/98. You may try to download the other version of this Xdp+ program and try to run in default setting.

Download the higher version like eMule 0.50a Beba2.62/0.50a in other search engine. In isolating also the problem please disable antivirus and adjust exceptions in firewall settings.

Some version of operating system were home edition takes error in handling some program and application framework.

In addition you may click the tab click here in XdP+ dialog box to see the full information of that error.



Answered By 0 points N/A #112202

Got an error while starting XdP+



Generally this error not shows often with XdP+. So this is an uncommon error for  XdP+. This error is a module error. Because if this error comes for other reason, than it will appear with the error code or function name.  

So this is a problem of module. Probably in xdp+there is an addition modulo which in not functional. In this case I could not help much. You need to find exact module which is creating this problem and install or extract that module.

Here is a link of PDF file. file contains XdP+ module manual.

It will help you to solve this problem.

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