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Lotus Break Point Exception

I am running Lotus Notes 5.0.9

I have a remote user that was logged on to the Domino Server via VPN.  This has been done for a long time by many users.  No new software and/or hardware were introduced to the computer and the user received the following message from Lotus (client)

The exception Breakpoint
A breakpoint has been reached
(0x80000003) occurred in the application at location 0x77f813b1

Click Ok to terminate the application click cancel to debug

What caused this error?
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Cpacifico
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Cpacifico
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qwaleteeCommented:
A problem.
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qwaleteeCommented:
Kidding... is this repeatable?  if it is repeatable, the most likely culprits would be a problem desktop5.dsk, cache.dsk, names.nsf, or bookmark.nsf.
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CpacificoAuthor Commented:
Funny...lol
Yes it is repeatable everytime Lotus is launched.  If indeed one of those are the cluprit, what can I do to correct it?
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qwaleteeCommented:
Cache fiel can simply be deleted.

Others -- as a test, close Notes, make backup copies of these files and delete the originals.  Notes will recreate them at startup.  If it now works, you know it is one of the files.  names.nsf is usually easiest to replace, as you can create a new names.nsf, and copy all the old docs from the vbackup copy to the new one.  Bookmark and desktop can't be as easily replaced... you can start from scratch, but your end usre will have to get all the icons back himself, which may be a pain if there were many.
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