CRW32.EXE application error

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I installed Crystal Reports v11 on my Server 2003 system. Then when I try to open it I'm getting: crw32.exe Application Error. The instruction at "0x7ff2fbfc" referenced memory at "0x7ff2fbfc". The memory could not be "written". Can anybody tell me what is happening and how to fix it? Marty
ASKED: October 9, 2008  5:24 PM
UPDATED: December 7, 2013  7:33 PM

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Hello,

Found the website with solution…

http://ranjitkumars.spaces.live.com/Blog/cns!BB4008E287FD8AC5!213.entry

Do the following this to fix.
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After installing crystall report 10 or 11, follow these steps:

1. Right-click My Computer, then click Properties then click the Advanced tab.

2. Click the Performance Settings button then click the Data Execution Prevention tab.

3. Select the Turn on DEP for all programs and services except those I select: check box.

4. Add all of the Crystal Enterprise executables.

5. click ok. and close the window. open crystall report now.

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I have just encountered this problem and found that if my Crystal Reports window was displayed on my #2 monitor, I got the error, but if it was running on my Laptop monitor everything worked normally. So, if you have multiple monitors connected, try moving the window to the other monitors.

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  • Timmah
    I agree. When Crystal is up on my 2nd monitor, adding field or variables produce the crw32.exe error. After moving the works to my laptop computer screen and reproducing the report (table join) then add a table after the fact and add fields from the field explorer, then no problem. Further, variables created for the report add to the report just fine. timmah
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  • Handlenow
    Oim having isues with iis 7.5 and crystal reports 10.0 on a windows server 2008 64 bit. Thank you for the DEP tip, part of the issue is now solved ( print previewing the reports in Crystal 10 Tools throwed an crw32.exe exception ) . For my previous experfience, DEP is a BIG culprit most of the time when things start toi go wrong and you have no clue why. So thank you for remind me
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  • Jaime1
    Excelente, gracias por el dato. Me sirivió muchísimo. Usefull tips, excelent!, thanks
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  • Satiro
    I love you!!!! I had the same problem with Crystal Reports XI in Windows Server 2008 R2 and your solution worked fine BIG THANKS
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  • ovdbeek
    Thnak you. Also had the same problem with Crystal XI and W2008. After the DEP tip Crystal seems to work fine.
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