Managed' has exited with code -532459699 (0xe0434f4d)

What does this exit code mean, i get it when my multi threaded application have been running for a while.... sometimes longer than other time
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Baltazar007Author Commented:
No one who can answer me on this, let me know if there is to little information somehow
☠ MASQ ☠Commented:
Could you give some information about the application that is causing the error, your hardware and operating system?
Baltazar007Author Commented:
It´s a windows form application doing alot of screen pixel reading, i got 2024 mb of ram, running windows vista 32 bit,

I use Visual C# Express as programming tool. I run the application in debug mode... still it shut down with this error i mention without further info.
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Jesse HouwingScrum Trainer | Microsoft MVP | ALM Ranger | ConsultantCommented:
I guess we need more than what you gave us. Is there an event in the eventlog maybe? Have you tried adding additional logging to you application? Are you hooked in to the ThreadException event handler in your AppDomain?

Without any of this information, I'm afraid you're not going to get a response which will instantly solve your solution. Oh and I do this on a voluntary basis, I don't get paid.
Please read this posting from Walter Wang [MSFT]

to provide a full debug file. Upload it here as file attachment.

Baltazar007Author Commented:
i really don´t know what code i should provide u with. i have no idea what the exit code means. thats my question for now

when i know what it means i can debug further.
Jesse HouwingScrum Trainer | Microsoft MVP | ALM Ranger | ConsultantCommented:
It can mean anything. It just signals you that things went belly up. You could look into the Windows Eventlog (Applications or System) to see if a more detailed error message was logged there.

Look into the following event to get a more detailed message:

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Baltazar007Author Commented:
Found out myself, info was a small part of solution...
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