Can you let me know your operating system (Assuming Windows*) and version. Can you also provide the Intel Inspector XE command line being ran. If you are using the GUI interface, you can obtain the command line by clicking on the show command Line button on the Analysis Type tab. Are you running Intel Inspector XE with Visual Studio integration? If so, which version?
Does the application crash or exhaust system memory outside of Intel Inspector XE when the application is compiled normally? Any clarification you can provide in this area is appreciated.
Does the application being analyzed, run as system and / or is it a Windows service for example? any information here may help diagnose the behavior and determine next course of action.
Are you Running Intel Inspector XE 2011 update 9? If not you may wish to apply update 9 which may be available to you at the Intel Registration center https://registrationcenter.intel.com after logging into your account.
If needed, are you able to provide a minimal zipped up solution reproducer where we may be able to replicate the issue and run tests?
Can you attempt a mi1 (detect leaks) level analysis and also set the stack depth to 8 instead of 16? Does the behavior change? In the same environment, does Intel Inspector XE complete an analysis on other applications? This information may help narrow the scope of the problem.
I see you may have a related Forum thread here. Let me know if you are proceeding with that forum thread or wish to continue this one. Peter mentioned aspects related to COM support and some suggestions. My approach is to simplify and narrow the possible scope in an attempt to determine a path forward. That may not be possible in this situation. Of course, if you have a simplified reproducer we can build in VS, that would be optimal. We would then be able to run various tests to determine scope and a possible path forward.