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I have this zero-size dialog: what is windows trying to ask me? I was away from my desk and I see this when I sit back down. Any ways to resize it?

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Ctrl-C, Ctrl-V worked.

[Window Title]
Microsoft Windows

[Main Instruction]
Logitech LVPrcSrv Module. stopped working and was closed

A problem caused the application to stop working correctly. Windows will notify you if a solution is available.


Looks like my Logitech webcam drivers died.

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up vote 6 down vote accepted

Have you tried ctrl-c on it, and then ctrl-v in notepad (for instance)?

If it's a messagebox, you will see the text it contains.

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Try typing alt-space and selecting 'Size' (or typing s). That should let you resize the dialog if possible.

Edit: obviously, the dialog needs focus - click on it's title bar before pressing alt-space

Edit 2: Also that looks like the Windows Problem Reports and Solutions icon. You should be able to open it from Control Panel and get some information on what happened.

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From the icon it looks like an popup for the Solution and Error wizard. You should be able to go to control panel for this and find the message.

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