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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?
Thanks,
Mike.

Leo
October 31, 2004 8:49 PM

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

harold
November 7, 2004 9:53 AM


WinTasks Process Library


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