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Crash in Win98 with DirectShow, but fine in other win OS

Crash in Win98 with DirectShow, but fine in other win OS

Crash in Win98 with DirectShow, but fine in other win OS

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I have an application that is failing under win 98. I know many ppl here don't think much of Win98, but my workplace wants our app to work under win98 also. Anyway, we have an app that uses ActiveX controls to plot a graph using GDI to do the drawing. The application can open a video preview dialog displaying live feed from a webcam. After closing this video preview dialog which was created using DirectShow, there seems to be a problem with the repainting of the graph. I've narrowed the problem down to a CreateClassEnumerator call. Does anyone know if this is something that is problematic under windows98?

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