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Marcello wrote:Indeed strange, but what it tells me is that it is likely not in any way related to Java, this is caused by an outside influence. The link you provide also hints in that direction. DLL loading problems I have had in the past were caused by a virus scanner / malware scanner for example. They tend to hook a little too deeply into the system.
Sometimes a Restart of windows solves the problem and sometimes I need to Update windows7 and then I works again. This is really strange
To my opinion this is a windows7 issue, because on my XP computer I never had this problem and in google nobody ever reported this error on MAC or LinuxToo easy. The only thing you know is that on one computer you don't get the problem and on another you do. You have no proof that it is related to the OS, there is only a possibility. There are many more differences between those two systems, including what software, services and drivers are installed.
Indeed strange, but what it tells me is that it is likely not in any way related to Java, this is caused by an outside influence
To proof this I would need to debug the step: System.loadLibrary("myDll"), however I do not know to to retrieve more information from this step.
Is there a way in Java and/or in the DLL itself ?
By the way reducing the Stack used in my dll sometinmes helps as well. But these are all workarounds and I need to find out why this happens