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Bricscad is hier zonet gecrasht. Mijn werk van deze voormiddag is nergens meer te vinden. Wordt er dan geen recoverydrawing aangemaakt?

--------------- 22-06-2017 12:17:41 --------------- v15.1.05.36144 ---------------
Exception:
ACCESS_VIOLATION (C0000005) in module flyoversnap.dll at 0033:0000000007A0F19A

Call stack (current):
os::OsnapModeStd::priority()+0x000000000000193A, flyoversnap.dll, 0x000000018001F19A
os::COsnapTracker::setAlternativeSnappingPoint()+0x0000000000001C44, flyoversnap.dll, 0x00000001800263C4
wxThread::Delete()+0x0000000000000A86, wxbase30u_vc_bricsys.dll, 0x00000001801389B6
TranslateMessageEx()+0x000000000000029D, USER32.dll, 0x00000000779C9BBD
CallWindowProcW()+0x000000000000009C, USER32.dll, 0x00000000779C3B94
CallWindowProcW()+0x0000000000000018, USER32.dll, 0x00000000779C3B10
, mfc100u.dll, 0x000000006136BE74
TranslateMessageEx()+0x000000000000029D, USER32.dll, 0x00000000779C9BBD
TranslateMessage()+0x00000000000001E2, USER32.dll, 0x00000000779C98C2
dc::ResourceSwitcher::~ResourceSwitcher()+0x000000000000F176, bricscad.exe, 0x000000000044AB66
, mfc100u.dll, 0x0000000061355993
, mfc100u.dll, 0x0000000061387548
dc::DcMainWindow::OnWindowNew()+0x000000000000CC4E, bricscad.exe, 0x000000000045D52E
BaseThreadInitThunk()+0x000000000000000D, kernel32.dll, 0x0000000077AC59CD
RtlUserThreadStart()+0x0000000000000021, ntdll.dll, 0x0000000077BFA561

Call stack:
ZwWaitForSingleObject()+0x000000000000000A, ntdll.dll, 0x0000000077C1BD7A
WaitForSingleObjectEx()+0x000000000000009C, KERNELBASE.dll, 0x000007FEFDA810AC
, ThreadPool_4.00_10.tx, 0x0000000180001DD8
, ThreadPool_4.00_10.tx, 0x0000000180001D09
endthreadex()+0x0000000000000043, MSVCR100.dll, 0x0000000073FD1D9F
endthreadex()+0x00000000000000DF, MSVCR100.dll, 0x0000000073FD1E3B
BaseThreadInitThunk()+0x000000000000000D, kernel32.dll, 0x0000000077AC59CD
RtlUserThreadStart()+0x0000000000000021, ntdll.dll, 0x0000000077BFA561

Call stack:
ZwWaitForSingleObject()+0x000000000000000A, ntdll.dll, 0x0000000077C1BD7A
WaitForSingleObjectEx()+0x000000000000009C, KERNELBASE.dll, 0x000007FEFDA810AC
, ThreadPool_4.00_10.tx, 0x0000000180001DD8
, ThreadPool_4.00_10.tx, 0x0000000180001D09
endthreadex()+0x0000000000000043, MSVCR100.dll, 0x0000000073FD1D9F
endthreadex()+0x00000000000000DF, MSVCR100.dll, 0x0000000073FD1E3B
BaseThreadInitThunk()+0x000000000000000D, kernel32.dll, 0x0000000077AC59CD
RtlUserThreadStart()+0x0000000000000021, ntdll.dll, 0x0000000077BFA561

Call stack:
ZwWaitForMultipleObjects()+0x000000000000000A, ntdll.dll, 0x0000000077C1C2EA
TpIsTimerSet()+0x00000000000009F7, ntdll.dll, 0x0000000077BEA3C7
BaseThreadInitThunk()+0x000000000000000D, kernel32.dll, 0x0000000077AC59CD
RtlUserThreadStart()+0x0000000000000021, ntdll.dll, 0x0000000077BFA561

Call stack:
ZwWaitForMultipleObjects()+0x000000000000000A, ntdll.dll, 0x0000000077C1C2EA
GetCurrentProcess()+0x0000000000000040, KERNELBASE.dll, 0x000007FEFDA81430
WaitForMultipleObjectsEx()+0x00000000000000B3, kernel32.dll, 0x0000000077AD16E3
GetScrollBarInfo()+0x00000000000001DD, USER32.dll, 0x00000000779C8F8D
MsgWaitForMultipleObjectsEx()+0x000000000000002E, USER32.dll, 0x00000000779C6272
MsgWaitForMultipleObjects()+0x0000000000000020, USER32.dll, 0x00000000779C62A0
GdipCreateStreamOnFile()+0x0000000000000F90, gdiplus.dll, 0x000007FEFBE02D80
GdipCreateStreamOnFile()+0x0000000000000DF4, gdiplus.dll, 0x000007FEFBE02BE4
BaseThreadInitThunk()+0x000000000000000D, kernel32.dll, 0x0000000077AC59CD
RtlUserThreadStart()+0x0000000000000021, ntdll.dll, 0x0000000077BFA561

Call stack:
ZwWaitForMultipleObjects()+0x000000000000000A, ntdll.dll, 0x0000000077C1C2EA
GetCurrentProcess()+0x0000000000000040, KERNELBASE.dll, 0x000007FEFDA81430
WaitForMultipleObjectsEx()+0x00000000000000B3, kernel32.dll, 0x0000000077AD16E3
InitializeFusion()+0x0000000000004032, clr.dll, 0x000007FEDAB29E72
InitializeFusion()+0x0000000000003F5D, clr.dll, 0x000007FEDAB29D9D
InitializeFusion()+0x0000000000003E70, clr.dll, 0x000007FEDAB29CB0
BaseThreadInitThunk()+0x000000000000000D, kernel32.dll, 0x0000000077AC59CD
RtlUserThreadStart()+0x0000000000000021, ntdll.dll, 0x0000000077BFA561

Call stack:
ZwWaitForMultipleObjects()+0x000000000000000A, ntdll.dll, 0x0000000077C1C2EA
GetCurrentProcess()+0x0000000000000040, KERNELBASE.dll, 0x000007FEFDA81430
WaitForMultipleObjectsEx()+0x00000000000000B3, kernel32.dll, 0x0000000077AD16E3
GetMetaDataInternalInterfaceFromPublic()+0x0000000000018B12, clr.dll, 0x000007FEDAB69E22
DllRegisterServerInternal()+0x000000000004C4E4, clr.dll, 0x000007FEDAAF8444
LogHelp_LogAssert()+0x0000000000002775, clr.dll, 0x000007FEDAAA7395
LogHelp_LogAssert()+0x00000000000026F0, clr.dll, 0x000007FEDAAA7310
LogHelp_LogAssert()+0x000000000000262E, clr.dll, 0x000007FEDAAA724E
GetCLRFunction()+0x000000000000073A, clr.dll, 0x000007FEDAB1932A
DllRegisterServerInternal()+0x000000000001F0DF, clr.dll, 0x000007FEDAACB03F
BaseThreadInitThunk()+0x000000000000000D, kernel32.dll, 0x0000000077AC59CD
RtlUserThreadStart()+0x0000000000000021, ntdll.dll, 0x0000000077BFA561

Call stack:
ZwFsControlFile()+0x000000000000000A, ntdll.dll, 0x0000000077C1C0CA
ConnectNamedPipe()+0x000000000000006F, KERNELBASE.dll, 0x000007FEFDA992EF
, DropboxExt64.16.0.dll, 0x000007FEF8C69EEB
BaseThreadInitThunk()+0x000000000000000D, kernel32.dll, 0x0000000077AC59CD
RtlUserThreadStart()+0x0000000000000021, ntdll.dll, 0x0000000077BFA561

Call stack:
ZwWaitForWorkViaWorkerFactory()+0x000000000000000A, ntdll.dll, 0x0000000077C1D63A
RtlValidateHeap()+0x0000000000000155, ntdll.dll, 0x0000000077BEED15
BaseThreadInitThunk()+0x000000000000000D, kernel32.dll, 0x0000000077AC59CD
RtlUserThreadStart()+0x0000000000000021, ntdll.dll, 0x0000000077BFA561

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Comments

  • What were you attempting to do when the crash occurred?
    Does BricsCAD crash in every drawing you work on or just this one particular drawing?
    What is the original source of the drawing?
    Have you made any system changes lately (software/hardware)?

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