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when run setup Unhandled exception :  Access violation writing location

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Hi,
  I am having MFC application. I created the setup for this application. I run the application without creating setup its working fine and show the output. But i create the setup and install in my system,finally run it setup file it gives exception. I attached image file what exception i get. So i check through Attach to process and give the breakpoint. I got an exception inside the appliction that is,
"Unhandled exception at 0x7c9116f4 in RTAPIPersonnelAPIComboApp.exe: 0xC0000005:
Access violation writing location 0x00d455e2"
Hope your's reply.

Thanks

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First of all, check for these points:

1. Have you created a released version of your binary? Because if you created setup with the debug version of your application exe, after installation your application will connect to released version of the MFC run time dll's. Thease may create problems.

2. While creating your installer package, have you included all the MFC run time dll's?

3. Are you running your setup in the same OS Version that you have developed your code? In some rare cases, code binary developed in Win2k, WinXP for instance may face problems in Vista.

Your error message probably suggests that your code is not able to connect to a proper run time binary.
Suggest you start from the beginning again, build and create setup.

-XM
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yes i got the solution. Thanks
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