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Look in the output window
It's always a good idea to see if there are any runtime errors printing to the output window. Any unhandled exceptions that show up there are potential crash inducers. Everyone should look at the output window once in a while.
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What does "crashing" mean exactly? "Not responding" error and grayed out window? Actual crash and error message (if so, what error message)?
Are you using third party (vendor) indicators?
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Hi Mike, we always meet under such inauspicious circumstances, well, it was just crashing and leaving behind crash log files, I've just finished deleting everything , I did have some custom indicators (made by pros) so I'm going to be very careful not to load anything suspicious.