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hi,
SSMS - SQL Server Management Studio has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience



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Hi,

Earth is closed for maintenance, please come back later. We apologise for the inconvenience.

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What were you trying to do at the time?

If it was when opening a file, then read on:

I used to get this a lot when running SSMS via "Run As Administrator" on Windows 7, trying to open files that reside on mapped drives. (When running SSMS as administrator you cannot simply drag a file from Windows Explorer to SSMS).

By accident I found this work-round:

File > Open > File
In the dialog that opens, in my case all mapped drives are initially marked with a red cross
Select the big button "My Computer" on the left
Right-click the mapped drive you want > Open
(Windows Explorer opens - wait a few seconds and then close Explorer)
Right-click the drive again > Select

In my case I can now navigate to the file I need without crashing SSMS
As a bonus, the next time you do File > Open the drives are no longer marked with a red cross - no idea why.

Best of luck ...
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