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January 20, 2011, 11:24:01 PM
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Today i was unable to start the bitcoin client (win7-32) im using latest 0.3.19,
whenever i use a different wallet then my main, it works fine, so other wallets or newly generated ones don't give problems, but when i put back my main wallet it crashes instantly at startup.

I already removed all bitcoin data and reinstalled, it doesnt help.
Also i tried this wallet on ubuntu and it works just fine there.

this is the message i get:

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January 22, 2011, 12:54:06 AM
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alright... since i didnt get any replies and i was out of ideas, i decided to reinstall windows...

guess what... still crashes with my wallet... how can that be? is my wallet corrupted somehow? i don't think so, because my backup from this wallet over a month ago crashes aswell.
i didn't install anything special, and nothing new that i didnt have installed or used before it started crashing...

i hope somebody comes up with an idea... im lost here...

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January 22, 2011, 02:57:53 AM
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Just to be sure:  "removed all bitcoin data" means you removed and reinstalled bitcoin.exe ?

RE: wallet works fine on ubuntu:  did you happen to run the wallet on another machine, then copy it back to your windows machine?

I don't know what to suggest-- I'm not a Windows person...

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