Do you get any information in the Problem Reports and Solutions tool when
this happens? This should indicate that something is using memory badly.
Windows itself should be fine here - there were several million tests run -
but there are a lot of third parties that aren't DEP aware yet -- I would
strongly suspect that one of those is doing bad things. But any data you
have here may further narrow the problem down, so that's the first great
step forward. =)
Speaking for myself only.
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"waters27863" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Data Execution Prevention (DEP) keeps closing the Windows Photo Gallery
> came with my version of Vista. This normally occurs when I try to add a
> from a camera or scanner by clicking file, import from scanner or camera.
> When the window pops up with the different locations for import, I
> immediately get an error stating that Windows Photo Gallery has stopped
> working. As soon as I close that window, a message pops up from the
> stating that DEP closed the program. I have clicked on the option for
> Windows to check for a solution, but there never is one. Seems strange
> a program that shipped with the OS is blocked by a safety feature in the
> Can't that be patched?