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Hello, I am having a problem with the following code: if(lpddsPrimary != NULL) { lpddsPrimary->Release(); lpddsPrimary=NULL; } if(lpddsBackBuffer != NULL) { lpddsBackBuffer->Release(); lpddsBackBuffer=NULL; } if(lpClipper != NULL) { lpClipper->Release(); lpClipper=NULL; } if(lpddsPieces != NULL) { lpddsPieces->Release(); lpddsPieces = NULL; } if(lpddsTiles != NULL) { lpddsTiles->Release(); lpddsTiles = NULL; } if(lpDDraw != NULL) { lpDDraw->Release(); lpDDraw = NULL; } I do fine until I do the lpDDraw->Release(), then I get an "Unhandled exception: Access Violation." I have no idea why? Is there something that could be doing this? ~Evlich

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