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Subject: RE: VFP illegal operation issue--THANKS AGAIN SIR ERIC
Thread ID: 650 Message ID: 690 # Views: 1 # Ratings: 0
Version: Unknown Category: General VFP Topics
Date: Monday, June 11, 2001 10:36:34 AM         
   


> > My VFP5 is giving a illegal operation error every time I try to run it on my workstation. I reinstall VFP5 still getting the problem. I tried running vfp5 which is on another workstation on the network from my machine an it wouldn't run. However if I run VFP5 which is on my machince from another workstation it runs. This started after I was testing a program an it crashed because of a invaild SQl where clause. I deleted the foxuser.* files from my machine but VFP5 is still not running. Is their any other files on my machine that my be corrupted that needs replacing.
> > smith
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> I remember a problem with the screen positions at start up. If i remember correctly: if you have a negative coordinate for one of the 4 screen positions (top, left, width, height), then VFP would crash. These settings are stored in the registry and are for the VFP main screen only. I cannot find any related document at this moment but i am sure i've seen it before. Take a look at the registry with regedit. I think you must browse to
>
> HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\VisualFoxPro
> or
> HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\VisualFoxPro
>
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> Eric den Doop
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I browse for the above in the registry and deleted the vfp exe and the vfp folder. VFP5 is running once again on my machine. I hope I didn't create a bigger problem.

Thanks again.
smith

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VFP illegal operation issue Posted by chris smith @ 6/8/2001 8:32:37 AM
RE: VFP illegal operation issue Posted by Eric den Doop @ 6/10/2001 12:49:32 PM
RE: VFP illegal operation issue--THANKS AGAIN SIR ERIC Posted by chris smith @ 6/11/2001 10:36:34 AM