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    Not breaking on error

    Hi.

    A simple VB2012 app, being developed on a win7 x64 box, that is creating a datatable and populating a treeview from the data.

    The GUI does not error if there is a reference to an incorrect datarow, it just hangs.
    I am getting other odd problems when running in the GUI, menus do not perform correctly, mouse clicks are ignored, other small problems.
    Yes, it is a clean machine, no it doesn't have any other problems. The OS is not at fault.

    Is this part of the x64 SEH mess? Does anyone have a fix for the issue?

    Thanks.

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    Re: Not breaking on error

    Why not just check/trap any errors relating to the file name? Why blame the OS? Did it run anywhere before? Where? XP?
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    Re: Not breaking on error

    Part of error trapping is finding out where the errors are happening. If you are not told correctly where the errors are it can be difficult to locate the problems. Building error trapping around the world is not a solution to a well documented 64 bit OS error reporting problem. Please do some research, then if you have an answer that may be of some use on this subject, feel free to add another post.

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