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Old 20 June 2010, 14:42   #12
pintcat
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Yes, well... the only thing I can say is that turning off BlazeWCP solves the problem and turning off any other patch doesn't. But you might be right, maybe it kind of 'cross conflicts' with another process (and breaks something) which finally causes the crash and thus it's not directly responsible. At this point it's getting too complicated to find the true culprit. I think it is generally a good idea to attach an off-switch to every program which is meant to remain in RAM for further functionality to avoid this trouble. So if it would be possible & not too much effort to add that option it would be VERY appreciated.
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