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Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Error R6025 -pure virtual function call
 

I did an automatic batch process of 120 highly uniform .ims files overnight. In the next day I found that imaris get stuck at the 46th file. The 46th file was opened, but a message box appeared:

[Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library: 

Runtime Error! 

Programme:C:\Program Files\Bitplane\Imaris x64 8.4.1\Imaris.exe 

R6025 

-pure virtual function call]. 


Matlab also stuck at this point and shows busy, and Ctrl+C cannot stop matlab. 

After I click OK on the box, Imaris get no response and I have to stop Imaris.exe. Then I stop matlab by Ctrl+C, and it shows:

Operation terminated by user during XT_RMD_SuperColoc_MoIPirSa_feOKsubPack7 (line 307)

vImarisApplication = vImarisLib.GetApplication(0)

 I re-run the programme, but the error no longer re-appeared.

Dose anyone know what's might happened at that time? 

I have modified the code in order to cope with this rare problem by a timer object to do taskkill and re-open the file.

 
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Maybe it was caused by the rare aborted destruction of ImarisServerIce.
 
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The error appeared again, and the timer does not work. I have to use vbscript to solve it:

Set WS = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
Do While True
If WS.AppActivate("Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library") Then
WS.Run ("taskkill /im Imaris.exe")
WS.Run ("taskkill /im Imaris742.exe")
WS.Run ("taskkill /im Imaris772.exe")
WS.Run ("taskkill /im ImarisServerIce.exe")
WS.Run ("taskkill /im bitplane.exe")
WScript.Sleep 2000
End If
Loop
WScript.quit
 
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The second error take place at another line in the calculation of surface statistics, not the GetApplication(0).

It seems that the error is accumulating in the memory, and the error frequency goes higher as I run the programme, unless I restart the computer to reset the memory.  This is quite similar to, but not as series as  the DateBufferBytes error I encountered in Imaris7.4.2.

 
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