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Caplio software causes windows shutdown

After loading pictures via Caplio Utility software I get an error message that windows XP Professional has closed Windows to restrict damage. I previously used this utility to download my pictures when I was using XP Home Edition, but have experienced this problem since purchasing a new system with Professional XP. What is strange is that the download of pictures is accomplished before Windows shuts down. I had a Microsoft certified technician install all of my previous software from my old system. I find this to be a tremendous digital camera and would hate to discard it. Thanks for your help!!

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