Where is the crash, then?
Originally posted by Ralf Schneider
I used "crashfinder" to detect the position in the code. And the position is not in my code !!!!
And what's with
That points to MyProg.exe...
MyProg cause an exception 10H in module MyProg.exe at
Other similar messages in the KB are:
PSS ID Number: 315215
That points to the OCX which contained the code that caused the exception.
Lrun32 caused an exception 10h in module SWFLASH.OCX
PSS ID Number: 273860
PSS ID Number: 257630
Winproj caused an exception 10H in module WINPROJ.EXE at address
PSS ID Number: 287719
PROJECT1 caused an exception 10H in module MSVBVM60.DLL at 015f:66024d53
PSS ID Number: 264804
Wmplayer caused an exception 10H in module Wmvcore.dll at 017f:739253c6
In each case, the faulting module is identified by Windows... In your case, it would seem that MyProg.exe is causing the problem.
FRONTPG caused an exception 10H in module FPEDITAX.DLL at
According to MSDN, that's what exception 10h is.
What do your quotes about the coprozessor mean ???
I'm guessing that your users get a blue screen with the information you posted?