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I am running JDK 1.3 in a Windows NT machine. I am getting an EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION error when running my programs as a user, not when I am in Administrator mode. The error happens when I am trying to add a new JButton component to the ContentPane of a Window.
The actual error looks like this (Dr. Watson):
An EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION exception has been detected in native code outside the VM.
Program counter=0x502032cf
I know this is more of a Windows question rather than a JAVA question, but both are related here. Any suggestions on how I can get rid of these messages?
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