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idw crashing upon opening r6.0 and r 6.0 sp1

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11-18-2002 01:35 AM
Hi all
Perhaps I have a corrupted file but I keep getting the following error. (see below)What I am doing at the time is opening the idw to an assembly. I have just updated the assembly, rebuilt it, saved it, and exited it. I open up the idw file and it states that the iam is in need of an update and will be shown in it's current state. Then the browser comes up and crash.

I have almost exact duplicate file else where on the computer and it works fine. The only difference is some title information is updated.

Here is the log error for crash info:

' Crash Information
' ACCESS_VIOLATION
' Build: 106c Release: 6 SP1 - Date: Sun 11/10/2002
' Last command started class DLxSelectCmd
' Last request completed Rebuild All
' Call Stack: Address = 20 Du.dll 0x0012F34C DL.dll 0x000BF31E DL.dll 0x000E920D DL.dll 0x000EA2CD DL.dll 0x00103D6C SM.dll 0x00002DB9 Uc.dll 0x0001188F IvtEM.dll 0x0000309C IvtEM.dll 0x00002D16 IvtEM.dll 0x00002C89 IvtEM.dll 0x00002EE3 IvtEM.dll 0x00002E8F USER32.dll 0x0002A290 USER32.dll 0x000045B1 USER32.dll 0x0000A752 FW.dll 0x000947B3 FW.dll 0x00093D41 FW.dll 0x00008699 FW.dll 0x00008646 MFC42u.DLL 0x00012571

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