[ros-bugs] [Bug 712] VMWare Tools crashes in CcSetFileSizes

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Tue Feb 3 19:39:20 CET 2009


http://www.reactos.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=712


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--- Comment #24 from wademaxfield <wmaxfield at gmail.com>  2008-01-28 03:43:04 CET ---
in 0.3.4, it runs to the point of installing files, and then produces an error,
"MSIEXEC.EXE" the instruction at "0x7c90bd58" referenced memory at
"0xb0006c04". The memory could not be written.

  VMware fusion 1.1, running pre-installed reactos.


--- Comment #25 from amine48rz <amine48rz at gmail.com>  2008-05-09 16:39:40 CET ---
Tested r33384 and attached a new debug log.


--- Comment #26 from amine48rz <amine48rz at gmail.com>  2008-05-09 16:40:43 CET ---
Created an attachment (id=2485)
 --> (http://www.reactos.org/bugzilla/attachment.cgi?id=2485)
A new debug log (r33384)


--- Comment #27 from Lone_Rifle <alwyn.tan at gmail.com>  2008-06-28 19:57:47 CET ---
Unable to reproduce the bug as of the r34000 series. Requesting 3rd party to
determine the existence of this bug.


--- Comment #28 from pjasnos <pawel.jasnos at gmail.com>  2008-06-29 19:21:26 CET ---
Bug still occurs in current trunk (34186) under VMware Server 1.0.5.


--- Comment #29 from pjasnos <pawel.jasnos at gmail.com>  2008-07-09 10:42:34 CET ---
Just tested with the current build - it caused a crash in userinit.exe at some
random location and after reboot - CsrInitializationFailed. I'll try to
reproduce, but it now seems to be overwriting some random location on
hardrive...


--- Comment #30 from fireball <fireball at reactos.com>  2008-11-16 13:12:01 CET ---
*** Bug 3845 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***


--- Comment #31 from Lone_Rifle <alwyn.tan at gmail.com>  2009-02-03 19:39:19 CET ---
A fix was committed in 39314 and 39334. Please retest.


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