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Unless you configure things properly each module (dll or exe or other executable module) has it's own heap. In this environment you can't allocate memory in one module and free it another. Given that CString manages a buffer using an instance in multiple modules could result in this happening. Forget wcscpy, it's ugly and isn't a fix for the root problem, whatever it is. If it's heap corruption, which is my guess, it's going to blow up sooner or later and "fixing" one problem with an ugly hack will just result in it popping up somewhere else.
Steve


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