You're probably running into a corner case in the extension where it's not expecting to be invoked as part of the open file dialog. The dialog runs as part of your process, and so your process crashes.
It was bloody SVN shell extension.
Still one question remains: if the SVN shell extension I installed corrupts memory, how come it does not crash Windows Explorer itself?
Muhammad HaggagMember Since 22 Sep 2000
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