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I have just created an .exe file for the first time since the big 1903 Windows update. I have downloaded and am using v9.0.22. All drivers are uptodate and uptodate with windows updates.

When I run a newly created .exe file I get an execution error after the first slide:

Exception in module xxxxx.exe at 00088F73

I have tried creating it a few times with same error. I have also created an exe file from a .pte show from a couple of years ago and it runs perfectly. 

Mysteriously, the MP4 file created from the same project, runs fine. 

I am flummoxed. 

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Hi,

Can you run two short EXE shows which I created in PTE 9.0.22 and new PTE 10:

https://files.wnsoft.com/test/shows/pte9022.zip

https://files.wnsoft.com/test/shows/pte10.zip

If the problem occurs with a certain project, please send us this project - all files in a ZIP archive (images + audio + .pte file). Use "Create Backup in a ZIP" command from the main menu > File menu.

You can use https://send.firefox.com/ free service to upload the ZIP file and send me a download link in a personal message.

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Hi Igor and thank you for your response. I had a bit more time today and ran some tests. The culprit was a slide transition that I had used previously (downloaded from the forum). Once I had replaced that the exe file ran OK. Not sure why that particular transition is causing a problem but it proved the fact it was a 'foreign body' that was the culprit. And not Pic-2-exe. Although it is still a bit strange that the mp4 file ran ok!

Thank you for your time and sorry to have wasted it.

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Can you send me this transition effect and small test project which has this problem? We'll check it.

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Will do Igor when I have time next week. It's not important in the grand scheme of things.

But I will also check exactly where I got it from first just in case I did not get it from this forum. I know it was a fairly old slide style which I needed for a particular show. 

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