In my case, installing SP3 for MS Office 2007 solved the problem.
In my case the application actively used System.Drawing.dll and upgrade DirectX has solved my problem. Pay attention to a MiniDump created by Dr.Watson debugger (DW20.exe). It will help to find the reason (listed as Error).
Application: Addusr.exe - Iin Exchange 2003 SP2, if the repair of .NET 2.0 doesn't succeed, turning off DEP for that application fixes the problem.
- Application: microsoft.office.project.server.queuing.exe - See ME953478
for a hotfix applicable to Microsoft Office Project Server 2007.
- Application: devenv.exe - See ME956322
- Application: snlreceiver.exe - See ME947981
for a hotfix applicable to Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006
- Application: owstimer.exe - See ME949399
for a hotfix applicable to Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services 3.0.
This problem occurs when the pixel dimensions of icons in the content share are asymmetrical. See ME942687
for information on how to solve this problem.
for a hotfix for Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0.
for information on how to troubleshoot Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 installation issues.
If this event appears when you try to migrate a mailbox from Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, ME948666
suggests to Download and then install Update Rollup 2 for Exchange 2007 Service Pack 1.
This error also occurs when you're missing an assembly. I created a .Net application that used assemblies that were in the GAC on my development computer, but not on the target computer. Adding the assemblies to the target computer solved the error.
Microsoft IIS 6.0 offers the ability to isolate a web application by means of an Application Pool. Every Application Pool runs its own Worker Process (w3wp.exe). The Default Application Pool worker process shuts down after being idle for some time (20 minutes by default). Also, the rapid-fail protection feature will disable the worker process if there are a number of failures within a stipulated time. According to Microsoft, "An IIS 6.0 application pool may unexpectedly exit when a worker process shuts down or is recycled". See ME918041
for more details.