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Pat Galea wrote: > Actually, that's not entirely true. The first few dialogs ask if I'd > like to generate a crashdump. After that, the remaining ones just say > something like "Failed to create crashdump". I've now had a chance to look at a few of these, and I've revised my impression of what's happening. I think that *all* of the attempts to create a crashdump are failing. Each failure pops up a dialog stating this, but because there are already a bunch of "Do you want to create a crashdump" dialogs pending, the "Failed" dialogs are sent to the back of the queue. So it appears to me as a group of "Do you want" dialogs followed by a group of "Failed" dialogs. (I think this because the number of "Failed" dialogs appears to be the same as the number of "Do you want" dialogs.) The "Failed" dialogs each report the same error (error 5). FWIW, the Local System account has full write access to the directory in which the crashdump is trying to be written. A zero length crashdump file of the right name is created. pg -- Pat Galea pat.galea at acm.org