Exception in ole32.dll while selecting pixels

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Hello,

I have renderet a picture, and selected pixels. while changing the selected range an error occured.
With Visual Studio 2010 Professional i ́ve debugget and see following:

acces to injury exception, in callstack from ole32.dll
as function which throw this exception i see following:

76202151()

i think its obfuscated and cause this i became this number.

i used ps portable cs5, V12, german.
win7, 32bit, dual core 2.6 gHz, 3 GB RAM.

Can you tell me how i can pass this error and work normally and fine?
at last: ps doesn ́t save security-copies from working project. is this a error, too, or is this ok in this context in this version?
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Posted 7 years ago

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Chris Cox

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"ps portable cs5" -- Do you mean the pirated version that usually comes with malware infections?
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i became it from a friend how makes graphics. he has it installed a few days ago.
he says it is original, he works with graphics in his job and so i belive it.

my computer doesnt found malware, my guards not, too (kaspersky). so i didn ́t mean it was a pirated version... ?
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Well, there is no Adobe product called "Photoshop Portable".
But there are pirated versions called that, and many of them come with malware included (which may also disable common antivirus packages).
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ok... i dont knowed this. i ́ll uninstall it and use gimp while i haven ́t enough money for a legal version of photoshop. give it a try vrsion of photoshop that i can look without error ́s and without a illegal version?
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You can use the trial version of Phtoshop for 30 days. And Photoshop Elements is a cheaper alternative if you don't need the full power of Photoshop (and still much better than gimp).