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You receive a "CS:EIP = 000Fh:00001373h" error message when you run an MS-DOS-based program in Windows


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Symptoms

When you run an MS-DOS-based program on a Microsoft Windows-based computer, the MS-DOS-based program may stop unexpectedly, and you may receive the following error message:
Abnormal program termination: Stack fault
CS:EIP = 000Fh:00001373h

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Cause

This behavior occurs if the MS-DOS-based program is a 16-bit program that is compiled by using a Lahey Fortran compiler. The operating systems are designed to produce this error message. This behavior is designed to help provide additional security.

Note On a Windows 2000-based computer, you experience the symptoms that are described in the "Symptoms" section after you apply certain updates or service packs, such as the "MS04-011: Security Update for Microsoft Windows" update. For additional information about the MS04-011 security update, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
835732� MS04-011: Security update for Microsoft Windows

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Workaround

To work around this behavior, use one of the following methods, depending on your situation:
  • If the source code is available, use a different compiler to compile the program.
  • Use a virtual machine program such as Microsoft Virtual PC to run the program on a guest PC that is running Microsoft Windows NT 4.0.

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More information

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Keywords: KB843484, kbprb

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Article Info
Article ID : 843484
Revision : 5
Created on : 10/26/2006
Published on : 10/26/2006
Exists online : False
Views : 102