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Official crash report

Post by *Peter » 2010-03-07, 21:58 UTC

TC 7.50a german, Twinkey plugin, connected via VPN (ADSL) from home to company-network, copying 120 MB inside the network in background - no reaction of TC - starting a second instance of TC - crash.

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Total Commander 7.50a fin
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Access violation at address 6C626973. Read of address 6C626973.

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Windows exception: C0000005
Stack trace:
6C626973
445F34  442479  4443BA  >414514  44397B  414514
419BF0  69F119  
Raw:
445F22  445F34  522A56  442479  444689  4161F0
443A3D  4443BA  414514  4023B3  44397B  414514
516317  419AFF  419BF0  419DAA  69F119  
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Ja   Nein   
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Peter
TC 9.200a / #266191
Win 7 x64 / Win 10 x64

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Post by *karlchen » 2010-03-07, 23:19 UTC

Hello, Peter.

This seems to be a follow-up of your own series of Offical crash report(s).

You still have the Twinkey plugin enabled. And you have never reported whether you searched for or found a faulty shell extension.

Also I remember fenix_productions stating
I think you should rather report this to Twinkey author because this "plugin" does not follow plugins API in nice way. It provides dozen functionalities via hooking TC dll's. It is prone to strange errors.
Therefore, I wonder whether all your official crash reports can be reproduced with Twinkey disabled or uninstalled.

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Post by *Peter » 2010-03-07, 23:28 UTC

karlchen wrote:....Therefore, I wonder whether all your official crash reports can be reproduced with Twinkey disabled or uninstalled....
I now disabled Twinkey after this crash and I'm sure that TC will be stable again.
karlchen wrote:....And you have never reported whether you searched for or found a faulty shell extension....
Yes, but I said this happens not in a reproducible situation, and I have many shellextensions to disable. But I will report if the situation is more clear.

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TC 9.200a / #266191
Win 7 x64 / Win 10 x64

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Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2010-03-08, 16:05 UTC

This time it looks more like an "out of resources" error: The error occurs in TWinControl.GetHandle, where the library tries to get a window handle for a dialog or dialog box element. This seems to fail somewhere in Windows.
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Post by *mab007 » 2010-03-11, 16:19 UTC

Will be fixed this? Even via dialog "Cannot handle" and cancelling enter to popup - still much more better than imediate crash of TotalCommander with lost of tabs and so on.

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Post by *karlchen » 2010-03-11, 22:46 UTC

Hi, mab007.

You might address this question to Microsoft as much as to Christian.
In cases where Windows runs out of resources - usually out of resources for some Windows internal system administration functions - this may or may not leave any chance to a Windows application to terminate properly.

If the basement of a house is no longer stable, the roof may not be able to preserve its stability, either.

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Post by *mab007 » 2010-03-17, 13:53 UTC

Youre right karlchen,
microsoft operating system is lot of bugs anyway, but where was TC the best win software ever was in that, that can skip or workaround or jump over this lot of bugs. Now i see getting small will to doing TC better, stable and implement new usable-friendly functions.

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Post by *mab007 » 2010-04-28, 07:40 UTC

It is possible to call store settings via calling popup? If cannot be fix popup-crash, be good store tabs, history e.t.c before call this dangerous function. Popup crash also in 7.55b2 version of TC.

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