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Malformed XML output
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On occasion the XML output gets flubbed.

With this version:  5.30828a

Happens about once every 10 PCs or so.

The malformed XML line (usually only one) is typically surrounded by <!-- {W} FreeLibrary: No available threads in GlobalThreadPool -->

Part of the XML gets truncated it seems.  In the example below the text above got inserted I think.

An example: 

<item Resource_Type="Windows Product Key" <!-- {W} FreeLibrary: No available threads in GlobalThreadPool -->
<!-- {W} FreeLibrary: No available threads in GlobalThreadPool -->
<!-- {W} FreeLibrary: No available threads in GlobalThreadPool -->
Key="XXXXX-YRT6M-MCJT4-QTQ47-Q6XMJ" <!-- {W} FreeLibrary: No available threads in GlobalThreadPool -->
<!-- {W} FreeLibrary: No available threads in GlobalThreadPool -->
<!-- {W} FreeLibrary: No available threads in GlobalThreadPool -->


Happened on a prior version as well; thought it was a fluke but it keeps showing up now.
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(09-28-2015, 05:44 PM)KFrische Wrote: On occasion the XML output gets flubbed.

With this version:  5.30828a

Happens about once every 10 PCs or so.

The malformed XML line (usually only one) is typically surrounded by <!-- {W} FreeLibrary: No available threads in GlobalThreadPool -->

Part of the XML gets truncated it seems.  In the example below the text above got inserted I think.

An example: 

<item Resource_Type="Windows Product Key" <!-- {W} FreeLibrary: No available threads in GlobalThreadPool -->
<!-- {W} FreeLibrary: No available threads in GlobalThreadPool -->
<!-- {W} FreeLibrary: No available threads in GlobalThreadPool -->
Key="XXXXX-YRT6M-MCJT4-QTQ47-Q6XMJ" <!-- {W} FreeLibrary: No available threads in GlobalThreadPool -->
<!-- {W} FreeLibrary: No available threads in GlobalThreadPool -->
<!-- {W} FreeLibrary: No available threads in GlobalThreadPool -->


Happened on a prior version as well; thought it was a fluke but it keeps showing up now.

<!-- comment --> is a correct XML comment; see http://www.w3schools.com/XML/xml_syntax.asp . What XML parser are you using?
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