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I am not sure if this is a C++ or environment problem but the package the fault occurs in is written in C++ so here I go.

I have an app written using Borland C++ Builder 5 which runs on an NT Cluster. I also have Nortain Anti-Virus running which seems to cause the following fault :

"11/20/01    10:54:52 PM    DrWatson    Information    None    4097    N/A    STNSCANNT2    The application, , generated an application error The error occurred on 11/20/2001 @ 22:54:52.843 The exception generated was c0000025 at address 77f8908d (RtlRandom)"

This app has alos been tried on a Windoze2000 machine and again crashes but with this fault :

"20/11/2001    21:28:05    DrWatson    Information    None    4097    N/A    SOUP4    The application, , generated an application error The error occurred on 11/20/2001 @ 21:28:05.697 The exception generated was c0000025 at address 77FB1678 (RtlTraceDatabaseEnumerate)"

I have been trying to look into the problem but am fairly new to Windows programming - could anyone give me some ideas or pointers.

TIA

Andy

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