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Fatal Error????

Fatal Error????

Fatal Error????

(OP)
Ok, here's the situation.

  I'm working with a landbase file and am trying
  to set it up to design with.  The only thing is
  that about a couple of hours into cleaning it
  up I get this Fatal Error message.

FATAL ERROR:  Unhandled Access Violation Reading 0x0000  Exception at 88f46ch

  Has anyone seen this or delt with this issue before?

Thanks,
Mark.

RE: Fatal Error????

Most common source of this kind of error is writing beyond
the range of an array into the code and next trying to execute it.

<nbucska@pcperipherals DOT com> subj: eng-tips

RE: Fatal Error????

nbucska is correct.  Also pointer errors.  You walked through zero.  That is a trademark of a pointer error or a write to program memroy instead of data memory.  We would need to know more about your system.

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