Exception thrown in destructor

  • Anonymous - 2011-01-20

      I've recently upgraded to windows 7 from XP.  This issue is unique with this OS and did not happen in XP.  I get the following set of errors when opening keepass in order to enter the password into quickbooks.

    Title: ui
    Body:  Exception thrown in destructor
    Encountered an improper argument
    OK button

    This error box comes up twice then…
    Title: Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library
    Body: Runtime Error!
    Program: C:\Program Files\KeePass Password Safe 2\KeePass.exe
    - pure virtual function call

    These errors happen consistantly after the following sequence:
    1) open quickbooks
    2) open keepass
    3) use keepass to autotype the password into quickbooks
    4) error messages listed above.

    This is with Quickbooks 2010 Pro with all the updates and v2.14 Keepass LibC component version 1.18(0x0094)

    After this keepass closes, windows asks if I want to check online for resolution but doesn't do anything.  I'm able to restart keepass and it works again with any other program, even if QB is still open. but if I go through the sequence listed above again, it will return the same errors.  This is not really critical since I'm still able to log into Quickbooks through KeePass but it is anoying to need to restart this program every time.

    I don't have an f: drive on this computer and I don't think I had one on the XP machine before this.

  • Anonymous - 2011-01-20

    I've searched my computer, I don't have a vctools directory or a winctrl2.cpp file.  I don't recognize either as something I intentionally installed.

  • Paul

    Paul - 2011-01-21

    Do you have another computer with QB that you can test on?
    Can you try an earlier version of KeePass V2?

    cheers, Paul

  • wearearewe

    wearearewe - 2011-04-02

    We're experiencing the same behavior, has there been any resolution on this?

  • Paul

    Paul - 2011-04-03

    We were hoping for some testing from the OP. Can you oblige?

    cheers, Paul


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