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Subject: RE: fatal error C0000094
Thread ID: 125085 Message ID: 128182 # Views: 41 # Ratings: 0
Version: Visual FoxPro 6 Category: Errors & Debugging
Date: Sunday, April 08, 2007 6:24:52 PM         
   


I totally agree with you on how HP is notoriously bad on this area, I never get this problem with other brands or other lower-model HP printers. I could also try and use a less complex printer driver but one disadvantage would be that of the functionality of the driver designed for the product - but it's still worth a try I guess, if standard reports would be generated. Thanks for sharing your experience with me, appreciate it very much.

~Do not reinvent the wheel, innovate~

> > What is exactly the explanation about such error anyway "Fatal Error: Exception Code=C0000094"? I too have recently encountered this while trying to print to HP Laserjet 1300 or Laserjet P2015dn. I have tried available workarounds but up to now, I wasn't able to resolve it. Too bad =( Or probably, not quite making the right way? Is this also related to C0000005?
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> The C0000xxxxx error messages indicate operating system errors at a very low level. Applications cannot really interpret them and typically just close down, passing on the message directly. This is why you can get a C0000005 from any application (you can get one out of Word, Excel, Visio....). Basically it is not an application issue, it is a windows problem!
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> What causes them? Typically a memory mismatch is at the root - some address in memory does not contain what it is supposed to contain and the OS throws an error. In VFP the commonest causes include corrupted tables/indexes and dangling object references. More generally, driver mismatches (usually Printer or Video card) are to blame - either the driver accesses some portion of memory without checking that it is free, or allocates and does not de-allocate it.
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> So the first thing to try if you are seeing these errors is changing your driver settings. First update to the most current version. If that fails, try rolling back to a prior, or less complex version (FWIW HP is notoriously bad about this! Their printer-specific drivers seem to cause more problems than most and I see you are using LaserJets....)
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> Regards
> Andy Kramek
> Microsoft MVP (Visual FoxPro)
> Tightline Computers Inc, Akron Ohio, USA

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fatal error C0000094 Posted by DEREK DODOO @ 3/9/2007 6:56:44 PM
RE: fatal error C0000094 Posted by Alex Grima @ 3/9/2007 7:30:45 PM
RE: fatal error C0000094 Posted by DEREK DODOO @ 3/9/2007 7:50:03 PM
RE: fatal error C0000094 Posted by Bernard Bout @ 3/12/2007 5:10:24 PM
RE: fatal error C0000094 Posted by Ryan Lopez @ 4/8/2007 11:19:05 AM
RE: fatal error C0000094 Posted by Andy Kramek @ 4/8/2007 12:05:31 PM
RE: fatal error C0000094 Posted by Ryan Lopez @ 4/8/2007 6:24:52 PM
RE: fatal error C0000094 Posted by Sudhakara Rao N @ 1/18/2008 7:35:42 AM
RE: fatal error C0000094 Posted by Andy Kramek @ 1/18/2008 12:29:48 PM