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vb has stopped working

i formated my windows xp and installed win7 ,now my( vb6 cr9 ) project is not executing both in win7 and now in winxp also gives a error message while compiling

" visual basic has stopped working ":

error detail Fault Module: craxddrt9.dll ,crheapalloc.dll

my old project works well both in winxp and win7 but new project dont work in either gives above message while compiling .....

difficult to trace back reference or component changes or might be service pack problem

i installed vb sp6 , run as administator and so on....

thanks for help in advance......

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  • Posted on Sep 03, 2016 at 10:57 AM

    Please move/post to SAP Crystal Reports - Legacy SDKs

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      Sir I am not able to type questions in legacy SDK, I try to type text in text editor but the cursor is just blinking and not typing I don't know what's wrong there.... but still I am missing solution for my problem... please help......

      I formatted my pc after so long and now when I try to run my new project it gives me message visual basic has stopped working fault module name cradddrt9.dll , and another samu error with crheapalloc.dll ....but my old project version works well in this installation but new project gets the above errors..... very frustrated from last 2 weeks for the above errors ........

      Message was edited by: ramesh shetty

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