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I found that by removing the reg key "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\QGIS Valmiera". You can then reinstall the 64bit version.
If QGIS is compiled against GDAL 1.10, you can't do much about it. So you have to downgrade the ecw driver to 1.10 to make them work together. See also these tickets: http://trac.osgeo.org/osgeo4w/ticket/417 http://hub.qgis.org/issues/10175 The issue might be solved with QGIS 2.4, which is just around the corner. In the setup.exe of OSGEO4W64, select ...
As an extremely heavy-handed, last-ditch-effort approach to this, you can disable the crash dialogs in Windows using the DontShowUI value in the Windows Error Reporting registry keys.
I have the same error from the OSGEO4W window... It may be that it's a problem with the setup of the environment, something about a library missing when I delve into it: from _sre import MAXREPEAT ImportError: cannot import name MAXREPEAT However, in a normal command window it works just fine.. I have added GDAL_DATA and other environment variables ...
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