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Invalid Page Fault in module MFC42.DLL

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I'm getting an "invalid page fault in module MFC42.dll" intermittently in my application.  It is developed using Visual C++ 5.0, on Windows95 platform.  What does this error mean?  And how do I debug it?  There are a bunch of numbers and etc. after the above message....what does it all mean?  If it happens during debug and I start debugging....how do I debug what is going on?
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Even though you are building a Win32 release program, you can modify the options to generate debug information so that when the problem does occur, you can at least look at the stack trace to see what is going on.
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