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CE 5.0 DEBUGCHK Message RRS feed

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  • Hello, I am getting a DEBUGCHK in foregnd.cpp on line 728.  Here is the stack trace:

    GWES!MsgQueue::SetUicActiveWindow(CWindow * 0x7c010dc0, unsigned int 0x00000002)  line 728 + 48 bytes
    GWES!MsgQueue::PreprocessReceivedMsg(HWND__ * 0x7c010dc0, unsigned int 0x00000060, unsigned int 0x7c010dc0, long 0x00000002, bool * 0x0c02f9ac)  line 1336
    GWES!MsgQueue::SendMessageWithOptions(HWND__ * 0x7c010dc0, unsigned int 0x00000060, unsigned int 0x7c010dc0, long 0x00000002, unsigned int 0x00000000)  line 3709
    GWES!MsgQueue_SetActiveWindowInternal(HWND__ * 0x7c010dc0, unsigned int 0x00000002)  line 1459
    GWES!CWindowManager::CreateWindowExW_I(unsigned int 0x00000000, const unsigned short * 0x0c011f28, const unsigned short * 0x0c011ec4, unsigned int 0x10c80000, int 0x00000005, int 0x00000005, unsigned int 0x00000136, unsigned int 0x000000d2, HWND__ * 0x00000000, HMENU__ * 0x00000000, HINSTANCE__ * 0x25d61bca, void * 0x00000000, tagCREATESTRUCTW * 0x0c02fd0c)  line 919
    COREDLL!CreateWindowExW(unsigned long 0x00000000, const unsigned short * 0x00011f28, const unsigned short * 0x00011ec4, unsigned long 0x10c80000, int 0x00000005, int 0x00000005, int 0x00000136, int 0x000000d2, HWND__ * 0x00000000, HMENU__ * 0x00000000, HINSTANCE__ * 0x25d61bca, void * 0x00000000)  line 445 + 104 bytes
    BIGREDBUTTONDEMO!WinMain(HINSTANCE__ * 0x25d61bca, HINSTANCE__ * 0x00000000, unsigned short * 0x0c02fed8, int 0x00000005)  line 202 + 92 bytes
    BIGREDBUTTONDEMO!WinMainCRTStartup(HINSTANCE__ * 0x8407d3b4, HINSTANCE__ * 0x0c02fe30, unsigned short * 0x0c02fe40, int 0x00000000)  line 21 + 20 bytes
    COREDLL!MainThreadBaseFunc(void * 0x00018138, unsigned long 0x25d61bca, unsigned long 0x00000000, unsigned long 0x0c02fed8, HINSTANCE__ * 0x85efb930, unsigned long 0x00000000, unsigned long 0x00000000, unsigned long 0x00010000)  line 542 + 52 bytes

    I am not sure how to proceed -- I don't have access to that source to try and understand what component may be missing or failing.  Any ideas?  Can anyone help?

     

     

    Thursday, March 22, 2007 5:55 PM