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hello, this problem is likely the problem of some hadronic model. I would suggest to move discussion to the hadronic physics forum. Given information is not enough to understand what model is responsible for the problem. We need to know: Geant4 version, Physics List, energy of primary particle, material. Ideally, trace back to what was the particle, its energy, and target nucleus in the case of the crash. If the problem is reproducible, than the trace of the crash, at least, using gdb debugger may be the great help. If this additional information will be available then the fix may be provided much faster. VI