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DrWatson error 4097 is teminating application process - Windows server 2000

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DrWatson error 4097 is teminating application process - Windows server 2000

Event Log shows  Erro 4097

La aplicación, , produjo un error de aplicación. El error ocurrió el 09/14/2010 a las 14:07:44.598. La excepción producida fue c0000005 en la dirección 6A8C83DC (Zombie_QueryInterface)

Please help me ASAP.

Thanks in advance
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Thanks, Vendor of my application says that their application dont support by win 2000 server.
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