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Verbassert.dll: Unhandled Exception


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Telmj

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Okay... I'm trying to run a program and I get Verbassert.dll: Unhandled Exception error message.
I should be able to fix it, but I just cant work it out...

I've reinstalled the program but it doesnt make any difference and I think the problem is with kernel32.dll
I would restore the dll file but dont have a windows disk and I dont know what damage I could do as I know from experience if you delete kernel32 nothing works.

Anyone have any ideas?

Thanks!

Oh... and I'm on XP.


Unhandled Exception
Code: c0000005
Description: EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION

Call stack:
------------------------------------------------------------------
Module: C:\Program Files\Mindscape\Babyz\Babyz.exe
no debug information
address: 5E511D
no debug information
address: 681999
no debug information
address: 6811CC
no debug information
address: 681230
no debug information
address: 5F19CC
no debug information
address: 60D6B3
no debug information
address: 50A4CA
no debug information
address: 509C57
no debug information
address: 6B56DC
Module: C:\WINDOWS\system32\kernel32.dll
no debug information
address: 7C816D4F
------------------------------------------------------------------
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