Error running .NET applications

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Error running .NET applications

Postby THVrZSBXcmlnaHQ » Thu, 21 Feb 2008 22:55:01 GMT


We are experiencing a problem where any .NET (2.0) application run on a 
particular machine causes a crash. We see the following two messages in the 
Application event log:

'.NET Runtime version 2.0.50727.832 - Fatal Execution Engine Error 
(7A0592A2) (80131506)'

'Faulting application dfsvc.exe, version 2.0.50727.1433, stamp 471ebf7e, 
faulting module mscorwks.dll, version 2.0.50727.1433, stamp 471ef729, debug? 
0, fault address 0x000dff9d.'

Our main application is a clickonce application. When the user clicks on a 
link to launch it, they get the message 'dfsvc.exe has encountered a problem 
and needs to close...'. I tried launching 3 very simple ClickOnce 
applications, one unsigned, one signed, and one signed and configured to 
install. All three failed. Then I tried running two very simple .NET 
applications directly on the machine (not clickonce), one console 
application, one WinForms application. Both failed with similar error 

The user has tried completely uninstalling all versions of the Framework and 
reinstalling 2.0, but that did not correct the problem. So, apparently, 
something seems to have corrupted the .NET environment such that even 
removing and installing the framework doesn't fix it.

Any ideas?


Luke Wright
Projector PSA, Inc.

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