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Matthew Faithfull19-Mar-08 5:20
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It doesn't sound like dependencies are your issue. If I were you I'd build a Release build of your project but switch Debugging information on (Program Database). Make sure your project has the path to the CRT source code ( You did install it with VS 2005 didn't you ) in it's includes. Run the release build and when it tries to quit on you attach the debugger and see if you can figure out what's going on. There are not that many possible causes for "abnormal program termination" on startup so you've got a reasonable chance of cracking it. Did you try to use the CRT file system during static initialization or try to allocate a negative or > 0x7FFFFFFF amount of heap memory? Those are the sorts of things that might silently fail in Debug but may blow you out of the sky in a Release build.

Nothing is exactly what it seems but everything with seems can be unpicked.

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