I have an application called EditPlus which is a text editor. I want to change one of the toolbars, and someone who has done that to EditPlus, recommended I download ResHacker and use it to open up the EditPlus.exe resource files, save the bitmap file for the toolbar, modify the toobar bitmap file, and then replace it. Every thing went well until I tried to replace the bitmap file. When I tried to replace the bitmap file, ResHacker crashed. I didn't have an opportunity to indicate the bitmap file I wanted to use as the replacement--as soon as I clicked on Replace Bitmap....craaaaash. I tried it several times, but ResHacker always crashed. However if I pick any of the other bitmap files in the EditPlus resources, and try to replace them with ResHacker, a replace dialog box comes up, and ResHacker operates normally.
I figure there are a lot of smart people on this forum, and maybe someone will know why that happens. Here is the error message I get when ResHacker crashes(my os is win98):
RESHACKER caused a general protection fault
in module <unknown> at 0000:822c3acd.
EAX=ca13e020 CS=2087 EIP=822c3acd EFLGS=00010212
EBX=00003d30 SS=207f ESP=822c85c8 EBP=ca13e020
ECX=822c878c DS=207f ESI=ca13e020 FS=61c7
EDX=000003a0 ES=207f EDI=0000000e GS=1a47
Bytes at CS:EIP:
64 8b 03 0f c8 89 c5 c1 ed 18 8b ac a9 90 00 00
00000000 822c61c7 ca13e020 0000000e 00003d30 822c1770 00000000
00000007 00000000 00000000 ffffe000 00000020 c77ba000 000003a0