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Graeme
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Thanks Michal,

You were correct, there were 2 processes of mew32.exe being created and the 2nd one was crashing.

It appears to have been solved by forcing the both the application that runs the command line and mew32.exe to run on the same CPU.

It was done using set affinity in the windows task manager – which is a little clumsy as it has to be done every time you start the process!.

I am now looking into how to do this automatically.

So far I have found imagecfg.exe that is part of the windows 2000 resource kit supplement one.

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Also there is a Win32 api function to do the same thing that I might look into writing a small program to launch another with the affinity set.

Any other ideas (or do you know of such a program)?

Thanks,

Graeme