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Hi Richard,

yes, I know that. I did put that in, because I got the exception and wanted to try the example code. This worked two times, so I thought it must be caused by leaving the function. Unfortunately thsi is not the case:
After some debugging runs it seems that (in rare cases) it works a few times, but most likely it crashes immediately. So the observation I made that it is working if I call WaitForSingleObject isn't correct, it can crash randomly with or without.
Unfortunately when it crashs the program pointer isn't on frame any more, so I don't see why it does that.
One observation I made is that the handle of gDoneEvent is allocated in an entirely different address room (0x000003b0) than the other two handles hTimer and hTimerQueue(0x008b8928 and 0x008bsomething) which seems strange to me, since I thought allocated event should be also pretty close to the handles, but obviously it is not.

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