NTdll crash any time a key is pressed with profiler

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Rhapsodus
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NTdll crash any time a key is pressed with profiler

Post by Rhapsodus » Wed Aug 12, 2009 7:08 pm

Ok,

I didn't see any clear support forums so i will try my hand here. I apologize if this isn't the proper place for such things...

I am running a 64bit version of vista, and whenever I launch my program with the profiler, any time I press a key on the keyboard it crashes the program. This crash will not occur if I do not use the profiler...

Here is the call stack when I attach a debugger:

> ntdll.dll!77c20004()
[Frames below may be incorrect and/or missing, no symbols loaded for ntdll.dll]
mscorwks.dll!708975ba()
mscorwks.dll!708965d5()
mscorwks.dll!7089680e()
mscorwks.dll!70897a49()
mscorwks.dll!707c9d8d()
mscorwks.dll!707bdb20()
mscorwks.dll!707bdd1d()
ntdll.dll!77c545f5()
ntdll.dll!77c545c7()
ntdll.dll!77c5456b()
ntdll.dll!77c2e49f()
mscorwks.dll!708f3ea4()
mscorwks.dll!707a14ef()
ProfilerCallback.dll!1001852f()
mscorwks.dll!70790b9c()
mscorwks.dll!707433dd()
mscorwks.dll!7074392d()
mscorwks.dll!7067f256()
mscorwks.dll!70681ec6()
mscorwks.dll!706883eb()
mscorwks.dll!7074f8e5()
mscorwks.dll!7074cecc()
mscorwks.dll!70743a47()
mscoree.dll!75167c24()
kernel32.dll!7761eccb()
ntdll.dll!77c8d24d()
ntdll.dll!77c8d45f()

Does anyone have any pointers ?

Andreas Suurkuusk
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Post by Andreas Suurkuusk » Thu Aug 13, 2009 3:19 pm

You seem to have encountered a serious problem. Unfortunately, the call stack does not provide much information without debug symbols. Is there any possibility that you provide us with a memory dump? The memory dump can be created using ADplus (with the -crash) option. E.g. by using the command line "adplus -crash -pn <process name>". If you manage to create a memory dump file, contact us at support@scitech.se so that we can give you information about how to send the memory dump to us.

What option were enabled when the crash occured? Is the unmanaged resources tracker enabled?
Best regards,

Andreas Suurkuusk
SciTech Software AB

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