Do you have any third-party plugins installed? A font manager?
Does it work in a brand new user account?
thanxs for quick replay:)
No there are no font manager och any thind-party plugins installed.
It is a clean installation of windows 7 x86 and even if i login as another user it is the same problem. Crashes when it tries to start.
Sorry for the delay...
What, if anything do you see in the Event Viewer?
It used to work on the XP machine? Have you attempted a System Restore?
Tried all the above and it doesn't help...
Have patched my win7 x86 to latest version and updated InDesign to 6.0.6.
error still comes when program starts to initialize plugins. Is there a way to debug the plugins?
This is usually a SING problem, I think but the methods in the link don't always seem to work. Try moving the SING plugin to your desktop.
Also, see http://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/detail.jsp?ftpID=3750. I know it doesn't look as if it has anything to do with your problem, but it does fix some other oddities.
Tried all Peters suggestions but it won't solve it...my hair is getting grey'er. I have searched the web for more common solutions but none has helped so far.
Windows doesn't help us with crash reports the way Mac does, but it won't hurt to look in Event Viewer and see what you can find. Once in a while we get lucky and there's a clue.
Uninstalling and reinstalling might help (and if you decide to try it, run the cleaner tool: CS Cleaner Tool for installation problems | CCM, CS6, CS5.5, CS5, CS4, CS3), but it's kind of the last resort. I'd also suggest before reinstalling that you run MSConfig and turn off all the unnecessary startup programs and services, especially anti-virus and malware scanners, browser toolbars and helpers, instant messengers, iTunes, Flash player and third-party firewalls. Run MSConfig again after the install to reset normal startup.