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WinCvs for Windows crashes on my NT system

WinCvs for Windows crashes on my NT system

WinCvs for Windows crashes on my NT system

(OP)
Hi All,

This forum is my last hope...

We are running CVS on our Sun server.
For some of our projects, which are developed to run on
NT I would like to install a CVS GUI client for Windows:

         WinCvs version 1.20.

My collegues have installed it and use without problems.

In my case once I install it and run it displays its
'first run' configuration screen and regardslees
of what I enter (or just click on Cancel) it crashes
with a message:

The instruction at "0x78012e11" referenced memory at "0x00000000". The memory could not be read.


Any idea how to fix this ?

My PC is a corporate brand new Compaq EVO 2.4 GHz 512Mb RAM,
NT 4 worksation + SP6. Viruses are excluded.


Thank you all in advance !


Henry Monster

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