zortonman Posted May 22, 2007 Report Share Posted May 22, 2007 I was deleting some torrents in a label list with 50-60 items when I received the following error:uTorrent 1.7 BETA: uTorrent.exe - Application ErrorThe instruction at 0x037f1069 referenced memory at 0x00000023. The memory could not be read.Click OK to terminate the program.I had changed the sort order in the list a couple of times on different columns, and I had deleted 2-3 items from the list. FWIW: there were torrents downloading and seeding, but I think all of the ones in the list were seeding. In terms of collecting information, I couldn't come up with much. I left the error dialogue up and poked around using Sysinternals process explorer. All but one of the threads seemed to be running periodically, with some threads running quite a bit. I copied the call stack for each thread, and I have included it below. I'm not sure whether this will be of any use, but what the heck.The problem has not recurred, and build 1875 has now been running for 24 hours without another error. That said, I haven't done much in the way of torrent deletions.BTW, congrats on a truly fine piece of software. These beta builds have been quite stable overall, and uTorrent in general is a marvel!The stack traces are:ntkrnlpa.exe+0x6dbebntkrnlpa.exe+0xcb63fntkrnlpa.exe+0xcb78bntkrnlpa.exe+0x13ba29ntkrnlpa.exe+0x13be87ntkrnlpa.exe+0x6986cntdll.dll!KiFastSystemCallRet!XcptFilter+0x161!RegisterWaitForInputIdle+0x49ntkrnlpa.exe+0x6dbebntkrnlpa.exe+0x2b462ntkrnlpa.exe+0x2bd44ntkrnlpa.exe+0xe807cntkrnlpa.exe+0x6986cntdll.dll!KiFastSystemCallRet!WaitForSingleObject+0x12!GetModuleFileNameA+0x1b4ntkrnlpa.exe+0x6dbeb *** this thread doesn't appear to be running ***ntkrnlpa.exe+0x2b462ntkrnlpa.exe+0x2bd44ntkrnlpa.exe+0x9fcbbntkrnlpa.exe+0x6986cntdll.dll!KiFastSystemCallRet!GetModuleFileNameA+0x1b4ntkrnlpa.exe+0x6dbebntkrnlpa.exe+0xe807cntkrnlpa.exe+0x6986cntdll.dll!KiFastSystemCallRetntdll.dll!RtlEnterCriticalSection+0x46ntdll.dll!KiUserApcDispatcher+0x7 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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