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Monitoring files used on start-up of an application

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#1 kyolson


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Posted 09 June 2016 - 05:23 PM



I am in the process of getting up and running an old laboratory software on a WIndows NT machine. I have the program working on an XP machine just fine. Unfortunately, it does not have the data connection pins the Windows NT machine has. But the application fails on start on the NT with the message:


"The application failed to initialize properly (0xc00000ba). Click Ok to termiante"


Does anybody have any ideas as to how I might monitor the program to see what files it is looking for on start up so I can get them?


Or other ideas?


I know the software is designed for NT and will work there as it has a sister program with it that runs fine on NT.



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