Application becomes unstable after getting list of drives with Nero API

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#1

We created an ATL DLL using the sample Nero API code. After a burn, the application that uses the DLL becomes unstable (will crash in very strange places).

Are there any known issues with the API, or certain points where I might be messing up the allocation?

Looking in the sample code, here is the malloc:

int size = sizeof (NERO_WRITE_CD) + (num_files - 1) * sizeof (NERO_AUDIO_TRACK);

NERO_WRITE_CD *pWriteCD = (NERO_WRITE_CD *)malloc (size);

The options I use cause num_files to be zero, so in my code I use:

NERO_WRITE_CD *pWriteCD = new NERO_WRITE_CD;

Could this be a problem?

Also, I’m using NeroISODemo.h and declaring:

CDemoIsoTrack m_IsoTrack;

in my object. Is that wrong?

Has anyone done anything like this or seen unstable behavior? I’m certainly a newbie–please help!

Thanx,
Brett


#2

It turns out if the nero header files are not in the right order, bad things happen!


#3

So what is the correct order for the .h files? I have mysterious crashes during NeroBurn which I cannot solve.


#4

#include “NeroAPIGlue.h”
#include “NeroISODemo.h”

I have this now and all seems well.