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When I use this command in Visual Basic Pro 6 it does not seam to erase the variable SoundPlaying to 0.

result = FMOD_Sound_Release(SoundPlaying)

You say to use this when exiting the program

If Sound Then
    result = FMOD_Sound_Release(Sound)
    ERRCHECK (result)
End If
If System Then
    result = FMOD_System_Close(System)
    ERRCHECK (result)
    result = FMOD_System_Release(System)
    ERRCHECK (result)
End If

But when I trace the program the statment If Sound Then returns true and then the statement result = FMOD_Sound_Release(Sound) kills the VB6 programming IDE and gives an error message: The instruction at “0x0000002c” referenced memory at “0x0000002c”. The memory could not be “read”

But if I comment out these statements the program works fine.

 'If Sound Then
 '    result = FMOD_Sound_Release(Sound)
 '    ERRCHECK (result)
 ' End If

Mike

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