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StackOverflowException on WindowsBase.dll using .NET 4

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Hello, I'm working in a simple WPF 4 application, where I must get a property of an object that is stored in a COM object and put it into a textblock. This object is already referenced in the project. Here is the code snipet. (very simple):   try { comObject rectangular = new comObject(); textBlock1.Text = rectangular.Version + "|" + rectangular.ComputerID; } catch (Exception ex) { textBlock1.Text = ex.Message; }  When I run this code (from a simple button click for instance) the code runs OK (no exceptions). However, when I click on the textBloc,  I get an StackOverflowException on the WindowsBase.dll assembly. I don´t know how to debug this issue nor what might be causing it in a such simple program. I isolated this issue in a brand new WPF application and it is still occuring... I would apreciate any help. Igor.Software Developer and AI Enthusiast. www.twitter.com/ikondrasovas

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