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January 27, 2012, 01:56:56 AM
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I installed this version and it worked just fine initially.  But now every time I try to run it I get a DEP violation.  Does this version of the official client really execute code from the stack or other protected data only memory areas?!?!?!?!?
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what windows version are you running? i'll see if i can reproduce it.

edit: tested on windows xp sp3, in VMware, no DEP issues.

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January 27, 2012, 03:29:02 AM
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I installed this version and it worked just fine initially.  But now every time I try to run it I get a DEP violation.  Does this version of the official client really execute code from the stack or other protected data only memory areas?!?!?!?!?
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Sam
what windows version are you running? i'll see if i can reproduce it.

edit: tested on windows xp sp3, in VMware, no DEP issues.

Yep, using WinXP Pro SP3 as well.  I had rebooted several times running virus scans and chkdsk and now it seems to be running fine.  I just thought it was strange that I was getting DEP violations out of the blue.  Maybe Windoze just got tired and needed rebooting.  That happens sometimes.

If I can reproduce it I'll open a bug.  Sounds like nobody else is having this issue, so that's good.
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