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#1 Posted : Thursday, March 1, 2012 5:01:53 PM(UTC)
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When an application in Windows 7 crashes, Windows logs a lot of detailed information that is normally not visible to the user. For developers (like me) this informtion is very valuable, since it contains a lot of information about what the application was doing at the time it crashes. This information consists mostly of references to programming code and calls. It does not contain any *data*.

In order to get this information, you should open the Event Viewer. The Event Log is located in the System and Security -> Administrative Tools section of the Control Panel. You can get there using Start -> Control Panel -> System and Security -> Administrative Tools.

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When you have started the Event Viewer application, you'll see a screen like below. Please open the Application log in the Windows folder and find the Application errors (they come in pairs).

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Please open the item (double click) which says ".NET Framework" in the Source column. In the above picture it's the bottom one. A dialog will open like this:

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Please press the Copy button in order to copy the text containing the error details (Call Stack). It will CTR-C all the data to your clipboard.
Next, Paste (Ctrl-V) the text into an e-mail and send it to me...

Edited by user Tuesday, April 10, 2012 10:47:14 AM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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