Microsoft VC++ Debug Error running Java Application

Hi-

I am running a Java application (downloaded using Java WebStart) and then connecting to a remote host. The java application is downloaded ok, but when I connect to the remote host I get an error dialog

Microsoft Visual C++ Debug Library

Debug Error!

Program C:\Programme\Java\J2re1.4.2\bin\javaw.exe

DAMAGE: after Normal block (#34) at Ox1DAF3DF8

(Press Retry to debug the application)

Abort Retry Ignore

Any one has any ideas?

thanks,
-Masood
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sciuriwareCommented:
Virus.


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objectsCommented:
maybe try reinstalling JRE
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MindbenderCommented:
Not really an answer, but,

When you install Visual C++ it attempts to debug any application fault. It is not anything specific to your Java app.
Javaw.exe is also part of the VM, not the app, and any debugging will fail in VC++.

VC++ tries to debug any application fault that occurs so I would ignore it. If VC++ wasn't installed you would be getting the standard Windows error messages when something goes titty-up. There is most likely something wrong with your application.

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sciuriwareCommented:
I don't believe this; what ever goes wrong in the JVM, MSCV will not interfere.
I had Visual Studio always side by side with JAVA.
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MindbenderCommented:
Yes, the JVM itself is breaking, but I was thinking it was caused by you application somehow. I don't know how and I have never seen this before - it generally behaves itself for me and I have Visual Studio 6 SP6 installed with J2SDK 1.4.2_03 and I don't have any issues.

That's why it wasn't really an answer - I wasn't sure what you knew.
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masood04Author Commented:
Thanks for all the comments.

The confusing thing is that the application continues without any noticeable error if I click on "ignore".

I suspect it is the JavaWebstart which may be flaky here.
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sciuriwareCommented:
Anyway it should not happen, even if your JAVA program is mud.
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