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nt4 memory issues

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I have written a VB.NET application and have been running it and testing it in windows 2000. I recently tried it in windows NT and it runs for a while but then all of a sudden it completely dissapears. I think this is a memory issue as i changed some of the code around and there is no particuar piece of code that it crashes on. While running it i have had task manager open and when the app reaches around the 15,000 K memory usage mark the program dissapears. This is perculiar because i have tried opening ms word and making it go over 15,000 K and it was ok.
any help would be appreciated.

-adrian
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Question by:aids_at_work
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by:Lichien
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Am not too sure about VB.NET application running on NT4... Will check whether this is indeed possible...

By the way..did you check your event logs... if anything may have been log?
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by:aids_at_work
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here is the event log:

The description for Event ID ( 4104 ) in Source ( Transaction Server ) could not be found. It contains the following insertion string(s):      (IID: {208B3651-2B48-11CF-BE10-00AA00A2FA25}) (Method: 3)  (Microsoft Transaction Server Internals Information: File: i:\viperqfe\src\resdisp\mtxdm\cholder.cpp, Line: 153) (Exception: C0000005) (Address: 0x77f6ce4c)
ntdll!_RtlpWaitForCriticalSection@4 + 0x95
ntdll!_RtlEnterCriticalSection@4 + 0x46
SQLWNTM + 0x52A1D
SQLWNTM + 0x52201
SQLWNTM + 0x50ECB
SQLWNTM + 0x50D05
SQLWNTM + 0x50CA9
SQLWNTM + 0x367D0
SQLWNTM + 0x4B327
SQLWNTM + 0x4680E
SQLWNTM + 0x39E8F
SQLWNTM + 0x36523
SQLWNTM!sqlcch + 0x80
c2gup14!GupConnection::connectLogon(void) + 0x196
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by:aids_at_work
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I installed the latest odbc driver and that seemed to fix the problem
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