tom.stahnke@xxxxxx wrote: > Maybe we > are lucky and this problem will disappear in the final Win 10 version but I > guess this is only wishfull thinking. Maybe, but I will deal with it when I manage to get to it. > Could you provide some more information how I > can run dispcal under a debugger and which file should be debugged? Hmm. I haven't tried to compile or run C code using Eclipse, so I'm not really sure. On many systems it's possible to set things up so that the debugger is automatically called when a program crashes. Poking about in Eclipse, I notice that if you go into "Run->Debug Configurations...", select the "C/C++ Application" (or one of the other entries) and create a new configuration, then you get a dialog that looks like you can set the details of how to run the application under the debugger. Presumably after doing that, one can use "Run->Debug As" to start the application. Graeme Gill.