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Application Failed to Initialize

Discussion in 'Software Development' started by carlmcool, Nov 5, 2007.

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  1. carlmcool

    carlmcool Thread Starter

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    I have a C++ program which compiles, links and executes fine in the Windows environment. However, if I modify the properties of the exe file; specifically the compatabilty tab and have the program disable visual themes or have the program run in compatabilty mode, the program fails to load and I get this fatal error.

    I run the dependency tool and I can see the program access violate at load time. I am currently running Windows XP professional with sevice pack 2...

    I would be thankful for any help or advice.

    Carl
     
  2. lotuseclat79

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    Hi carlmcool,

    Welcome to TSG!

    Your program was compiled and ran in the WinXP environment without compatibility mode assistance because no compatibility mode assistance was necessary.

    Windows compatibility mode as I understand it is for earlier generation Windows programs to be run in a WinXP environment in compatibility mode, and not for programs compiled in a WinXP environment to be run in compatibility mode.

    -- Tom
     
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