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  1. #1
    Jan Guest

    Error


    Hello all:

    When I .Show a form I keep getting this error:

    VB6 caused a general protection fault
    in module USER.EXE at 0003:00009e46.
    Registers:
    EAX=c0036427 CS=17bf EIP=00009e46 EFLGS=00000206
    EBX=000216c7 SS=7ec7 ESP=0000894e EBP=007f8972
    ECX=00000000 DS=16c7 ESI=01150094 FS=562f
    EDX=817a6100 ES=0177 EDI=00026264 GS=0000
    Bytes at CS:EIP:
    67 3b 46 20 75 59 8e c0 26 83 3e 68 00 00 75 4f
    Stack dump:
    00026264 01150094 064616c7 0000176f 00000000 01110000 01150094 00020001 00026264
    0768898c 00001797 00000000 00026264 00026264 01740006 89d40001


    Can anyone give me any help?

    Thanks

    Jan

  2. #2
    Mark Alexander Bertenshaw Guest

    Re: Error

    "Jan" <jlsami@bigdig.com> wrote in message news:3d0f8012$1@10.1.10.29...
    >
    > Hello all:
    >
    > When I .Show a form I keep getting this error:
    >
    > VB6 caused a general protection fault
    > in module USER.EXE at 0003:00009e46.
    > Registers:
    > EAX=c0036427 CS=17bf EIP=00009e46 EFLGS=00000206
    > EBX=000216c7 SS=7ec7 ESP=0000894e EBP=007f8972
    > ECX=00000000 DS=16c7 ESI=01150094 FS=562f
    > EDX=817a6100 ES=0177 EDI=00026264 GS=0000
    > Bytes at CS:EIP:
    > 67 3b 46 20 75 59 8e c0 26 83 3e 68 00 00 75 4f
    > Stack dump:
    > 00026264 01150094 064616c7 0000176f 00000000 01110000 01150094 00020001

    00026264
    > 0768898c 00001797 00000000 00026264 00026264 01740006 89d40001


    Jan -

    Do you use any API calls in the Form_Load event?
    Are there any 3rd party controls on the form?
    Have you tried removing code or controls one by one, until the error stops?

    --
    Mark Alexander Bertenshaw
    Programmer/Analyst
    Chordiant Software, Inc.
    Brentford
    UK




  3. #3
    Phil Weber Guest

    Re: Error

    > Tue, 18 Jun 2002 21:30:43 +0100

    Mark: Please check your system clock. You're posting from yesterday! ;-)
    ---
    Phil Weber



  4. #4
    Mark Alexander Bertenshaw Guest

    Re: Error

    "Phil Weber" <pweber@nospam.fawcette.com> wrote in message
    news:3d1029ce@10.1.10.29...
    > > Tue, 18 Jun 2002 21:30:43 +0100

    >
    > Mark: Please check your system clock. You're posting from yesterday! ;-)
    > ---
    > Phil Weber


    Isn't it just possible that I was very fast in posting? Or am I missing
    something here?

    --
    Mark Alexander Bertenshaw
    Programmer/Analyst
    Chordiant Software, Inc.
    Brentford
    UK




  5. #5
    Phil Weber Guest

    Re: Error

    > Isn't it just possible that I was very fast in posting?
    > Or am I missing something here?


    Mark: Your message appeared at about 12:00 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time
    (GMT -0700) on June 19. Its date stamp, however, was 18 Jun 2002 21:30:43
    +0100. That's very fast, alright! ;-)

    I suppose it may also have been a server problem, if your system clock was
    correct.
    ---
    Phil Weber



  6. #6
    Jan Guest

    Re: Error


    "Mark Alexander Bertenshaw" <mark.bertenshaw@virgin.net> wrote:
    >"Jan" <jlsami@bigdig.com> wrote in message news:3d0f8012$1@10.1.10.29...
    >>
    >> Hello all:
    >>
    >> When I .Show a form I keep getting this error:
    >>
    >> VB6 caused a general protection fault
    >> in module USER.EXE at 0003:00009e46.
    >> Registers:
    >> EAX=c0036427 CS=17bf EIP=00009e46 EFLGS=00000206
    >> EBX=000216c7 SS=7ec7 ESP=0000894e EBP=007f8972
    >> ECX=00000000 DS=16c7 ESI=01150094 FS=562f
    >> EDX=817a6100 ES=0177 EDI=00026264 GS=0000
    >> Bytes at CS:EIP:
    >> 67 3b 46 20 75 59 8e c0 26 83 3e 68 00 00 75 4f
    >> Stack dump:
    >> 00026264 01150094 064616c7 0000176f 00000000 01110000 01150094 00020001

    >00026264
    >> 0768898c 00001797 00000000 00026264 00026264 01740006 89d40001

    >
    >Jan -
    >
    >Do you use any API calls in the Form_Load event?
    >Are there any 3rd party controls on the form?
    >Have you tried removing code or controls one by one, until the error stops?
    >
    >--
    >Mark Alexander Bertenshaw
    >Programmer/Analyst
    >Chordiant Software, Inc.
    >Brentford
    >UK
    >
    >
    >

    Mark:

    Thanks for the reply. No 3rd party controls were present, and no APIs in
    the form load. Soooo... I ended up deleting each control in turn and recreating
    it from scratch. OF COURSE it was the last control on the form that must
    have been corrupt. The code was fine, etc. but I just had to re-create it
    for some reason. Thanks again.

    Jan


  7. #7
    Rick Rothstein Guest

    Re: Error

    My Outlook Express shows the original post's date/time as

    6/18/2002 3:46PM

    and Mark's answer as

    6/18/2002 4:30PM

    (I guess these are referenced to my local time of Eastern Daylight
    saving Time in the US). They look reasonable to me.

    Rick


    "Phil Weber" <pweber@nospam.fawcette.com> wrote in message
    news:3d111435$1@10.1.10.29...
    > > Isn't it just possible that I was very fast in posting?
    > > Or am I missing something here?

    >
    > Mark: Your message appeared at about 12:00 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time
    > (GMT -0700) on June 19. Its date stamp, however, was 18 Jun 2002

    21:30:43
    > +0100. That's very fast, alright! ;-)
    >
    > I suppose it may also have been a server problem, if your system clock

    was
    > correct.
    > ---
    > Phil Weber
    >
    >



  8. #8
    Phil Weber Guest

    Re: Error

    > They look reasonable to me

    Rick: It's probably nothing. It looked to me like Mark's message was posted
    on the 19th but dated the 18th, but maybe I just failed to notice it right
    away. Never mind!
    ---
    Phil Weber



  9. #9
    Jim Edgar Guest

    Re: Error

    The "Left Coast" shows

    12:46PM

    and

    1:30PM

    Jim Edgar (Newport Beach, CA)

    "Rick Rothstein" <rickNOSPAMnews@NOSPAMcomcast.net> wrote in message
    news:3d127191$1@10.1.10.29...
    > My Outlook Express shows the original post's date/time as
    >
    > 6/18/2002 3:46PM
    >
    > and Mark's answer as
    >
    > 6/18/2002 4:30PM
    >
    > (I guess these are referenced to my local time of Eastern Daylight
    > saving Time in the US). They look reasonable to me.
    >
    > Rick
    >
    >
    > "Phil Weber" <pweber@nospam.fawcette.com> wrote in message
    > news:3d111435$1@10.1.10.29...
    > > > Isn't it just possible that I was very fast in posting?
    > > > Or am I missing something here?

    > >
    > > Mark: Your message appeared at about 12:00 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time
    > > (GMT -0700) on June 19. Its date stamp, however, was 18 Jun 2002

    > 21:30:43
    > > +0100. That's very fast, alright! ;-)
    > >
    > > I suppose it may also have been a server problem, if your system clock

    > was
    > > correct.
    > > ---
    > > Phil Weber
    > >
    > >

    >




  10. #10
    Dean Earley Guest

    Re: Error


    > Thanks for the reply. No 3rd party controls were present, and no APIs in
    > the form load. Soooo... I ended up deleting each control in turn and recreating
    > it from scratch. OF COURSE it was the last control on the form that must
    > have been corrupt. The code was fine, etc. but I just had to re-create it
    > for some reason. Thanks again.


    What type was it?


    --
    Dean Earley (dean.earley@icode.co.uk)
    Assistant Developer

    iCode Systems



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