Bugs item #1664997, was opened at 2007-02-21 01:01
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Category: win32
Group: 2.0.0 beta 6
Status: Open
Resolution: None
Priority: 5
Private: No
Submitted By: One of Ten (z1of10)
Assigned to: Daniel Atallah (datallah)
>Summary: AIM/ICQ Accounts with Buddy Icons causes 0xC0000005 in Beta6

Initial Comment:
This seems like it's along the same lines as post 
 but it's slightly different.

I had very recently added/updated individual buddy icons for all my accounts, 
in the Beta5 version.  Earlier today, I found Beta6, downloaded and installed 
it.  I'd been trying to work out some issue with multiple Jabber accounts and 
not being able to send messages, during which time I had deleted a few of my 
accounts.  While trying to add the accounts back in Beta6, Gaim would 
consistently crash.  I could open the Add/Edit Accounts window without any 
problems, but the instant I clicked the Add button, *BOOM!*  Using the 
non-debug version, a complete Windows Error Report was created.  I also 
downloaded the debug version of Beta6 to provide more details, if any.

I reverted to Beta5 and saw something weird in the Add/Edit Accounts window: my 
three AIM/ICQ accounts were listed as an unknown protocol.  Editing them seemed 
to restore all account details -- password, buddy icon, local alias, etc. -- 
just by clicking the appropriate protocol, however, none of the three accounts 
could login.  I had to delete the accounts and re-create them.

I've attached the Gaim.RPT from the debug version.  The Windows Error Report is 
also available, if need be.  It includes a memory dump in addition to the 
standard details.

Hope this helps!


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