Access violation at address 77643592.

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Access violation at address 77643592.

Post by *Clas Hortien » 2009-04-20, 12:45 UTC

Hi,

i got a (one-time only) access violation, when i clicked on the BreadCrumb toolbar. The directory structure was 7 levels deep on a network drive. I clicked on level 3. The background transfermanager was open, copying some big files (2-5 GB each).

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Access violation at address 77643592. Write of address 00460020.
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Windows exception: C0000005

Stack trace:

77643592 00413E10 75B88805 75B88960
75B8890F 75B88AAB 75BBC4A2 75B890FE
004193C9 004193F4 004195AE 0068EFAC
0068EFC7 770CE4A3 7769CFEB 7769D1FD

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During the crash (popup was still open) the background transfermanager finished successfully. I wasn't able to reproduce this, but i'll keep trying.

Best regards

Clas

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Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2009-04-20, 14:06 UTC

Thanks for your report. It's probably the same problem as previously reported with the breadcrumb bar.
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Post by *MrCricket » 2009-05-04, 15:40 UTC

Probably same bug: I worked with CIFS share (\\x.x.x.x\share\) for a few hours and suddenly the server has gone down. Not retraceable.
XPsp2 + TC 7.50PB2


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Access violation at address 7C90108D. Write of address 7740F047.
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Windows exception: C0000005

Stack trace:

7C90108D 00413E40 7E418732 7E418814

7E41C63D 7E41C663 00442A15 00413E40

7E418732 7E418814 7E4189CB 7E42F3CA

7E41C5DC 7E4196C5 004193F9 00419424

004195DE 006910E4 7C816FE5 7C816FEE


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Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2009-05-04, 16:31 UTC

Thanks for the stack trace, maybe it will give me a clue which Windows function crashed (the crash is within Windows).
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Post by *StatusQuo » 2009-05-25, 17:16 UTC

Same exception number here (one time, not reproducible after TC restart).
TC 7.5b3, XP SP3, logged in as normal user w/o admin rights.

Occurred while trying to open the breadcrumbs contents left of the drive letter (containing Desktop etc.) using Alt+F11, Cursor_down.
Moving the triangle through the path string using cursor keys worked fine.
The error message popped up before showing anything of the breadcrumbs contents.

Path was somewhere in the start menu (natural path on C: ), 5 levels deep, 68 chars long.
No network drive was active at the time of the exception (possibly some time earlier, TC was running since a couple of days).
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Access violation at address 7C92B1FA. Write of address 00000010.
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Windows exception: C0000005

Stack trace:

7C92B1FA 00413DDC 7E368732 7E368814
7E37A011 7E37A037 004429ED 00413DDC
7E368732 7E368814 7E3689CB 7E37F409
7E379FB0 7E3696C5 00419395 0041A2FE
004193C0 0041957A 00693090 7C817065
7C81706E
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