Event ID 1000 / Application shutdown due to CoreMessaging.dll

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2021-09-17T01:25:57.107+00:00

Faulting application name: NCC_PDP.exe, version: 1.0.0.0, timestamp: 0x61414071
Faulting module name: CoreMessaging.dll, version: 10.0.19041.546, timestamp: 0x81435f0e
Exception code: 0xc00001ad
Error Offset: 0x0001387c
Faulting process ID: 0x560
Faulting application startup time: 0x01d7aaccb59dcf3c
Faulting Application Path: C:\NSS\NCC_PDP.exe
Faulting module path: C:\Windows\System32\CoreMessaging.dll
Report ID: 5d3cf7e8-4d0b-480b-92a9-86afff2f2a81
Faulting package full name:
Application ID relative to the faulty package:

Hello, I made an application that shows images and videos. The PC is on all day. However, intermittently, the program terminates with that error, and the cause cannot be identified. Help.

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  1. Hui Liu-MSFT 46,961 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor
    2021-09-23T08:22:52.93+00:00

    The event ID 1000 application error may be due to the following:
    Corrupted system files: If the system files are damaged or some modules are missing, some Windows components may crash and cause system problems.
    A specific application crashed: Another reason you encounter an error message is that a specific application crashed on your computer. You can diagnose which by looking at the file path in the event or performing a clean boot.
    The .NET Framework is not installed properly: Many different applications and Windows itself use the .NET Framework for operation.
    Outdated Windows: Another reason you might encounter this problem is that you have outdated Windows installed on your computer.
    Please try the following steps:

    1. You can try to perform a clean boot by referring here.
      And try to run the following command to check the system files.
      sfc /scannow
      DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth
    2. Try to check for updates, if you can install any security updates or related components, please install them to check. (Such as CoreMessaging.dll, or other components.)
    3. Update Windows to the latest version

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