One of our C++ applications developed using MSVC++ 6.0 started throwing the following error:
The exception unknown software exception (0xc000000d) occurred in thte application at location 0x7814820c.
We are running Windows 2000 workstations and the strange thing is, it only occurs on 2 of the 5 workstations where we run the application. It only happens for those users under a single scenario. I can not reproduce the error on my development workstation and therefore am unable to debug. I started peppering the code with writes to the log to try to narrow down where the error is occuring. It is happening in some database access routines (though I have not completely narrowed down the cause). We use ADO for our data access.
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