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If you can get a ProcMon trace it'd help figure it out. Essentially, it logs everything the app is touching in the system, whenever it crashes the last set of items it was loading can point to where the issue might be (did it scan a certain registry hive or try to load a specific DLL?)
In ProcMon there is a magnifying glass icon (or you can press Ctrl+E) to start/stop the capture. Pause the capture then add a filter for the Process Id (PID) of your RPGMZ.exe. You can get that from task manager. Then start the ProcMon capture again and try to replicate the crash.
As soon as it crashes, pause the ProcMon then you can do File > Save As to record it. If you share that file I can take a look at it and see if there's any clue. If you filter by the PID then only activity from that process will be logged.
Ok, I got the log from procmon. I hope this helps.