MFC Application - User32.dll c0000005

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Gorlist

Hi, trying to run a MFC application which crashes as soon as I try and launch
with the following:

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Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
Application Name: SceeneManager.exe
Application Version: 1.0.0.1
Application Timestamp: 484c3a64
Fault Module Name: USER32.dll
Fault Module Version: 6.0.6000.16438
Fault Module Timestamp: 45d3dc0e
Exception Code: c0000005
Exception Offset: 000361b4
OS Version: 6.0.6000.2.0.0.768.3
Locale ID: 2057
Additional Information 1: d13e
Additional Information 2: 1b6ddd9d0e77c7a9b9dba28240cb8582
Additional Information 3: 62d8
Additional Information 4: a1a9213e82db4bc58479eeab6f322eb1
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Clean reinstall of Vista only two days ago, the program functioned correctly
on the previous installation of Windows Vista. A friend connected via
TeamViewer, and the program launched and functioned with no problems, its
only when I attempt todo so.

Tried "Run as Administrator", also disabled UAC.

Any suggestions?
 

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solon fox

On Jun 10, 5:11 am, Gorlist <[email protected]> wrote:

> Hi, trying to run a MFC application which crashes as soon as I try and launch
> with the following:
>
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
> Problem signature:
>   Problem Event Name:   APPCRASH
>   Application Name:     SceeneManager.exe
>   Application Version:  1.0.0.1
>   Application Timestamp:        484c3a64
>   Fault Module Name:    USER32.dll
>   Fault Module Version: 6.0.6000.16438
>   Fault Module Timestamp:       45d3dc0e
>   Exception Code:       c0000005
>   Exception Offset:     000361b4
>   OS Version:   6.0.6000.2.0.0.768.3
>   Locale ID:    2057
>   Additional Information 1:     d13e
>   Additional Information 2:     1b6ddd9d0e77c7a9b9dba28240cb8582
>   Additional Information 3:     62d8
>   Additional Information 4:     a1a9213e82db4bc58479eeab6f322eb1
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> Clean reinstall of Vista only two days ago, the program functioned correctly
> on the previous installation of Windows Vista. A friend connected via
> TeamViewer, and the program launched and functioned with no problems, its
> only when I attempt todo so.
>
> Tried "Run as Administrator", also disabled UAC.
>
> Any suggestions?
SceeneManager? That's SceneManager, right? I mean you're not running a
rogue copy of user32.dll, right?

-solon fox
 

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G

Gorlist

> SceeneManager? That's SceneManager, right? I mean you're not running a

> rogue copy of user32.dll, right?
>
> -solon fox
>
No, its a small dev tool for a product (non-related). Not sure what you
mean for user32.dll, but the system has been updated fully by Windows Update
Manager.

As I mentioned in the post before, the program does seem to run when its
excuted by someone else over TeamViewer, but not when I try myself (though I
am the administrator account).
 

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S

solon fox

On Jun 10, 9:33 am, Gorlist <[email protected]> wrote:

> > SceeneManager? That's SceneManager, right? I mean you're not running a
> > rogue copy of user32.dll, right?
>

> > -solon fox
>
> No, its a small dev tool for a product (non-related).  Not sure what you
> mean for user32.dll, but the system has been updated fully by Windows Update
> Manager.
>
> As I mentioned in the post before, the program does seem to run when its
> excuted by someone else over TeamViewer, but not when I try myself (thoughI
> am the administrator account).
Hmm... elevator problem? ;-) TeamViewer would create its own shell and
spawn threads with its security permissions different from yours. I
understand that as an Administrator you should be able to do
everything, but the execution through TeamViewer shouldn't.

In order to troubleshoot, I would try running it directly with another
account and see what happens.

I would also be thinking something to do with permissions. Does
something get spawned with lower rights, or does something get
elevated? Maybe running debug and stepping will help to find it? I'm
thinking of a method overload where Administrator rights allows the
overload, but lower rights finds a different method (one that works)
and doesn't use the overload? :-/

Anyways, you're probably way better at this than I. I'm just throwing
some ideas up.

Good luck,
-solon fox
 

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Gorlist

Thanks :( its an incredibly annoying issue, regret reinstalling! ive just
tried a guest user account without success.
 

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