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flox(R)

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21.12.2008, 12:16
 

[HXLDR32] exception C0000005 of DKRNL32 (DOSX)

Hi,

is this exception, which DKRNL32 prints, a problem of the the started windows console program or a problem of DKRNL32? I think the first one?

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Flo

Japheth(R)

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21.12.2008, 15:02

@ flox

[HXLDR32] exception C0000005 of DKRNL32

> Hi,
>
> is this exception, which DKRNL32 prints, a problem of the the started
> windows console program or a problem of DKRNL32? I think the first one?

This is virtually impossible to determine without further investigation. Exception C0000005 is an "access violation".

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29.12.2008, 01:42

@ Japheth

Exception C0000005 of DKRNL32 and MediaInfo

FloX wrote:

> > is this exception, which DKRNL32 prints, a problem of the the started
> > windows console program or a problem of DKRNL32? I think the first one?

Both is possible ?

> This is virtually impossible to determine without further investigation.
> Exception C0000005 is an "access violation".

What's the point of those unreasonably high exceptions ?


SET DKRNL32=32


disables this insanity so a standard Page Fault is reported together with offending code :-)

BTW, I have the very same bug with MediaInfo ... it starts, no missing stuff, but applying any input file or even just "-help" crashes :-( And NO, it doesn't work on ME either (sub-stuff=5) :-)

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