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Michael Wojcik wrote: > When you get a Dr Watson log, that should help track down the bug. Actually dr.watson logs are almost completely useless... cvsnt calls dbghelp to create a dump file that contains the stack/variable image. You combine that with the pdb files/source and it'll tell you where it fails. That's usually a non-overridable setting (such that you can't even debug with the exception handler on - it has to be disabled for debug builds). To actually get to drwatson or JIT means something happened outside the cvsnt exception mechanism.. or cvsnt is compiled debug (which it would say in the version string if so). The other possibility is some kind of 3rd party app failure that blames cvsnt (used to get this with mcafee AV on cvsservice.exe). Tony