You don't have to provide anybody with your scripts, since nobody asked for that.
You simply have to reproduce your crash with a clean install of mIRC. Come back to us when you've reproduced this with no scripts loaded. Until then, I'm going with: it's one of your scripts.
Do you have to copy/paste a generic question without reading all of the details?
No, I ask for this information when it's necessary to reproduce a bug. In this case (as stated above) it turned out to be informative. Who knew?
Use your logical inference capability. I've provided a full crash dump. What does that indicate about me?
Self-conscious, I suppose. Otherwise you wouldn't be asking me to tell you what I think of you.
Do you think I'm the kind of person who would report a bug for anything but the latest version of mIRC? Don't you think the crash dump would provide information about my OS? Do you think I would bother providing an error report if my mirc.exe were corrupt?
Assumptions make an ___ out of you know who. The information was mostly gathered to find out how many scripts/dlls you were running, the rest was just icing on the cake. FWIW, yes, many users report errors when they intentionally have hacked/cracked copies of mIRC. Regardless of how above that you think you are, we need to know all the details.
And just to be clear, the OS is not actually listed in your paste, so try getting your facts straight before writing a post. The copyright year is listed, but it would be pretty reckless to make assumptions about what a copyright year means regarding your operating system. There are better ways to verify this information.