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« on: December 18, 2002, 08:30:51 AM »

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Operating System Version: win98SE
Problem Application Name & Version:
Problem Hardware Make & Model: P4 intel
Error Messages: fatal error 0D at FFFF:00010000  Cry



Could some one explain to me what is the relationship between C++ and Runtime files? I am not a programmer but my HEAP Lips Sealed computer now and then asks me this question with an almighty crash!

Also, could anyone suggest if DirectX has a role in this and what level of updaaaaaaaaate do you need for a P4 using win98SE.

Roby


PS some of your expertise here, ol' Admin?  Grin

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« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2002, 01:52:21 PM »

Hi,

What are you doing when you get the "fatal error 0D at FFFF:00010000" ?

An OD error is a General Protection Fault. Any condition that is not covered by any of the other processor exceptions will result in a general protection fault. The exception indicates that this program has been corrupted in memory, usually resulting in immediate termination of the program.

I could not tell you if Directx is responsible without knowing when and where you get the error.

The relationship between the runtime file and C++ is that the file is probably written using Visual C++ which is generating the error message. Do you get this error at the same time as the "Fatal OD" error or is this a different problem? Again, what app are you using when this occurs?
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« Reply #2 on: December 18, 2002, 05:15:32 PM »

Hi and thanks,

Honestly I don't know.

As you can probably guess I have been thru the Intel wars for the past few days and it has been this forum's open friendliness that has given me a great deal of satisfaction......thankyou for the opportunity.

As you can probably guess from my previous scribbles, I am having a plug & play driver mismatch. Apac at Intel seem to have suggested that they can create a patch, lets hope so.

I think it stems from the display driver problem, me thinks.

Although I have just replaced my PS/2 connections with all USB, no more crashes, hooray! BUT the Intellipoint 4.01 and Intellitype 2.2 failed in all attempts to load. It cited that a temp file was missing. When I created the temp file it would create an alternative missing temp file......... until my retirement.

I remember now:

 The 0D error occurred while moving a window display frame within the program ABBYY FineReader Pro. 6. I was adjusting an image OCR calibration when a small GP message said that a bitmap driver had failed. I controlled alt out all my running programs and intended a warm restart. Then the blue screen (cool green in my case, since I have a post traumatic stress reaction to blue screens)regarding the FFFF:00010000 arrived. It stated that there was a problem with a C++ runtime file. It said that I could continue BUT the old favourite video driver problem blue (green) screened a hard crash.

I can repost an attachment containing a relevent DrWatson text file if your possibly interested. The issue has not arrived for the last day as I am aware of the path to it's cause.

A stable system is like a brief holiday, at the moment I am on that brake :-)

Do you think it might be a good idea for me to update to the latest Visual C++?, I don't know.

Thanks for the input, I look for to any pointers.

Roby

PS I hope you can still give me some advice on my original postings Happy X-mas
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« Reply #3 on: January 23, 2003, 03:42:24 PM »

all fixed
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« Reply #4 on: March 02, 2003, 12:47:03 PM »

Hi there scanner dudes!

ABBYY Fine Reader 6.0 Professional/Corp Edition now has released 'service pack two' which has identified this problem and will fix it. 'Service pack two' contains 'service pack one' aswell for convenient download.

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« Reply #5 on: March 04, 2003, 01:18:16 PM »

Great! Thanks for the update! Grin
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