Unhandled exception when installing programs on Windows 7

My computer is 3 weeks old.I am running windows 7 home edition 64 bit.I have been trying to load a program off a cd.I keep getting the error unhandled exception create fail for windows,0,TSplashWindows.I have been running windows me for years and never has problems and all have been doing is trying to figure out this new machine sure hope it gets better.What do I have to do this time to fix another error?

 

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Last updated October 2, 2018 Views 3,934 Applies to:
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You need to turn off DEP for the program. Steps below:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Data_Execution_Prevention

1. Select your Windows Start icon and when the menu appears, right-click on Computer and select Properties

2. Dialog will appear

3.Select Advanced system Settings in the above dialog box.

4. System Properties dialog will appear

5. Under Advanced Tab, select Settings

6. Performance Options dialog will appear

7. Under the Data Exception Prevention tab, select Turn on DEP for all programs and services except those I select: and select the Add button

8. Open Dialog will appear

9. Select the .exe file of your application.

10. Select OK

11. Dialog may appear asking you to restart your computer. If so then restart your computer.

12. Now try running your application.

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Excellent! This worked for me! Thank you!

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