From a MSDN article on the 0xc000041d error number.

Okay,


After few days and a bit of luck, I finally found my problem.


Someone was hooking CBT events with SetWindowsHookEx function in a C# class but the UnhookWindowsHookEx was never called.


Calling it, fixed my crash.
Also, have you a default printer, and is it an HP? set your default printer to the XPS driver.

GPF = General Protection Fault. Basically a Rude Windows crash.
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