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msvcr71.dll appliaction error

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We have an MIS application that uses the msvcr71.dll in its own folder structure rather than the one residing in system32 folder. The problem we have is that everytime we try to spool a file from within the application we are getting the following error message: The instruction at "0x7d00b234" referenced memory at "0x00000000", the memory could not be "read". Click OK to terminate the program, click cancel to debug the program.

If I look in the event viewer this is the message against the application  error:

Faulting application wintdyxs.exe (This is the application in question) version 0.0.0.0, faulting module msvcr71.dll, version 8.0.21213.0, fault address 0x0000b234

We are running on Windows 2003 server

Any help would be great
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Are you using Mcafee antivirus software? If you do, do a search on your harddisk for the msvcr71.dll file and copy it to c:\windows\system32.

Hope this helps
Peter
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by:wayfarer1210
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Peter,

We actually found out what the problem was on this, it was our MIS application lpaying silly buggers with DLLs. Thanks for the answer though.

Regards

Rob
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