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Hello all, I have just started compiling all my programs in 32-bit instead of 16-bit having only recently realised that it makes things much faster and you can have arrays of virtually any size. However when I close some programs, especially on slower computers, I get the error message: You have performed an illegal operation. Details>> caused error on OWL252 This never used to happen with my 16-bit programs. Does anyone know what I''m doing wrong? It seems to happen on programs in which I open new windows or media files. Please help!!!:0

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