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Ditexp.exe is a utility that is used with with flash memory cards.

What is ditexp.exe?

It's a utility that is used with with flash memory cards. Apparently it's not required for Windows NT and XP.

Article C2052 - June 14, 2004 « »

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Mike Lockett
October 31, 2004 11:51 AM

I have a Medion Titanium 8080XL PC runing Windows XP. SP2 about 9 months old. With previous PC's, I have always been able to put a document in the Startup Folder so this would be the first thing that opens up when switching on in the morning.
On this PC I have never been able to do this, not without a lot of problems, such as trying to delete a dialogue box telling me there is no disk in drive #?. Eventually when I have managed to get rid of the dialogue box, then my document will open up normally. After hours of trial and error, I finally found that knocking off Dit.exe
in msconfig (Startup) allowed me to open up docs in my startup folder as normal.
I have spent many hours on the phone and email to the manufactures technical team but have never had a satisfactory answer to this problem. So all I want to know is, is it OK to run without Dit.exe and will I still be able to use the Card Reader on this PC as normal as Dit.exe seems to have something to do with the Card Reader?

October 31, 2004 8:49 PM

I'd run without dit.exe. I'm told it's not required for XP anyway.

November 7, 2004 9:53 AM

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