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[C] R6025 - Pure virtual function call

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The new version of CD Burner crashed with a Runtime Error.

When I finally got it open, it crashed when I tried to move 4 files from one folder to another. This one was, hopefully, transmitted to the programmers.

How do I go back to the previous version?

Kami

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always the same error message from microsoft visual c++ runtime library: runtime error! R6025 - pure virtual function call

it arrives when i want to do some operations (disc label or boot image configuration) with a file *.dxp i previously saved and load.

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yes with the test version 666 you sent me.

but perhaps it comes from my pc config: win xp home edition sp3. do you want some others informations about my pc config?

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this is the way for me to obtain the crash:

1. i open cdbxp.

2. i open a compilation (*.dxp).

3. i open "boot options" dialog, set and validate.

4. i open "set disc labels..." dialog.

=> message appears after various times or not...

if a try another time at point 1., message appears directly at point 3. before validation.

if the message doesn't appear at point 4. after validation:

i load a langage file, and it appears...

it seems like message doesn't appear at the same time and depending what i done before in application... or depend if the message appeared a first time before or not in the same windows session...

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OK, it seems like I can reproduce it. Unfortunately though, the crashing part is in a third party component (CDBXP itself can't crash this way) and I'm not sure about how to fix or when to fix it.

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If you like, I can send you a test version which is supported to fix the problem. I'm not yet 100% sure if it is fixed.

I'll try the test version.

Kami

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