Wildfire build code 2003250 problems

I installed Wildfire build code 2003250 to fix some plotting problems. Sure enough, it fixed the plotting problems, but it has crashed 4 times since
Monday. This is the first build (out of the 4 tried) of Wildfire that has crashed routinly on me, and it seems to do it when a crash will anger me the most.
Has anyone else seen problems in this build (i.e.-CRASHING)?
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: I installed Wildfire build code 2003250 to fix some plotting problems. Sure : enough, it fixed the plotting problems, but it has crashed 4 times since : Monday. This is the first build (out of the 4 tried) of Wildfire that has : crashed routinly on me, and it seems to do it when a crash will anger me the : most. : : Has anyone else seen problems in this build (i.e.-CRASHING)? : Check your working directory after the crash. Pro/e probably deposited a little turd called STD.OUT or STD.ERR. It should have a number in it for an error code which will give a clue as to the cause of the crash. This is another function of Pro/GOOFY, the secret joke module inside of Pro/E. It has numerous unhandled or partially handled exceptions which drop these little turds all over you harddrive.
Wink! Ploop! Exciting, isn't it!?! Now, if I could just get some work done with this super-efficient, 'product first' tool.
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