Originally Posted by Emily
Thank you for the information. I'm really glad it was such a simple fix!
Excuse my ignorance, but what is DAP?
Erm... In english it is called DEP (Data execution prevention). Two Minutes ago I only knew the german word, and assumed that mat79 knew the right translation.
And as you most probably know, DEP shall prevent buffer overflow attacks by seperating code execution memory from data storage memory, and is only enabled by default for all microsoft products. Unfortunately, really a lot of 3rd party software crashes when DEP is enabled, although it really sounds like a great idea...