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This bug was first introduced in E-Prime 126.96.36.199.
When playing a movie to its full length in Windows Vista SP1, E-Prime will crash.
There is a bug in Microsoft's quartz.dll that improperly changes the state of the CPU floating point registers.
This causes E-Prime to use an invalid control state and causes the crash. PST has found the ability to detect this faulty state.
Update to the latest E-Prime 2.0.
Update to E-Prime verison 188.8.131.52 or later.
Use an operating system other than Windows Vista SP1 or later.