Avoiding General Protection Fault Errors??? 
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 Avoiding General Protection Fault Errors???
Can anyone explain what causes a "general protection fault" error using Pdoxwin 4.5??

We have one form that kicks this error out when working with it. (even in design mode).
It seems to be script related because I've tried copying  the main guts of the script to another
form and now that form has problems.

Any suggestions?
Thanx
Dave Egbert



Sun, 11 May 1997 04:08:23 GMT
 Avoiding General Protection Fault Errors???

: Can anyone explain what causes a "general protection fault" error using
Pdoxwin 4.5??

Lots of different things, even incompatible video and printer drivers, or
even MOUSE drivers can cause this.

: We have one form that kicks this error out when working with it. (even
in design mode).  : It seems to be script related because I've tried
copying the main guts of the script to another : form and now that form
has problems.

Just to be safe, contact all vendors of third-party drivers and get the
latest updates of ALL the drivers that you use.  Then load as few TSRs as
possible.  I still hit 1 GPF every other day.  :-)

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Wed, 14 May 1997 01:32:53 GMT
 Avoiding General Protection Fault Errors???
I had a wierd GPF that seemed to occur in design mode on a form when I
put a field object onto a form that ran too far off the screen.  I  
don't know if you are having a similar problem, but I just made my
field objects smaller.  It seemed to work.

Kuo-Sheng (Kasey) Chang


: : Can anyone explain what causes a "general protection fault" error using
: Pdoxwin 4.5??

: Lots of different things, even incompatible video and printer drivers, or
: even MOUSE drivers can cause this.

: : We have one form that kicks this error out when working with it. (even
: in design mode).  : It seems to be script related because I've tried
: copying the main guts of the script to another : form and now that form
: has problems.

: Just to be safe, contact all vendors of third-party drivers and get the
: latest updates of ALL the drivers that you use.  Then load as few TSRs as
: possible.  I still hit 1 GPF every other day.  :-)

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: +============================================================================+

: || Pretty good Paradox for Windows Programmer, self-proclaimed Treknologist ||
: || [  the rest of this sig is under construction until further notice...  ] ||
: +============================================================================+

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Sat, 17 May 1997 22:19:17 GMT
 
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