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What are queued errors and how can I prevent them?

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I've written an application in c# that will eventually crash due to
libraries outside the scope of the application, usually with the following
error in the event log:


Reporting queued error: faulting application myapplication.exe, version
1.0.2068.38127, faulting module ntdll.dll, version 5.2.3790.1830, fault
address 0x000224b2.

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This error is only written to the event log when someone else signs onto the
computer (and an error dialog box is then shown on the user's desktop).

My question: What is a queued error and is there a way to intercept these
queued errors or prevent them from being logged. I'm well aware that the
application will fault, so I'd like to be able to block/intercept these
messages from being shown both in the event log and when a user logs in.

I'd appreciate any help or guidance offerred. Thank you.

Aug 31 '05 #1
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