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It may not be a memory issue, but it certainly could be a handle leak issue. It sounds like you're running the handle pool dry because you're not freeing resources properly, like Bitmaps, Pens, or other drawing objects.

Open Task Manager, Details tab, right-click the column header row and pick "Select columns". Turn on Handles and GDI Objects. Then go look at you app in the list. If the handles count just keeps climbing over time, you're not releasing objects properly.

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