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We used Clarion 4 version 3.101 on a Compaq Deskpro P166 with no probl

We used Clarion 4 version 3.101 on a Compaq Deskpro P166 with no probl

We used Clarion 4 version 3.101 on a Compaq Deskpro P166 with no probl

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We used Clarion 4 version 3.101 on a Compaq Deskpro P166 with no problems at all.
Now we try to use the same program on a Compaq Deskpro EP 6/350 (Pentium II 350)
When running executable at the DOS Prompt it displays the following error:

WARNING! Error In Floating Poit Value.
Press any Key To Continue,
or Ctrl + Break To Terminate.

- We pressed "any Key"-
and the the final message to conclude and return to the C: promt:

Process Terminated By Floating Point Exception.

Could you give us any advice how to tackle this problem?
We already tried to edit some files with a Diskeditor:
DXVCLA.LIB
DOVCLA.LIB
DDVCLA.LIB all from 50 to CB at the end.
We are now trying to solve the problem with a DOS Extender.
Will not work either according to some sources.
We are becoming desperate
Thanks in advance,

Robert Sabelis
Entrada
the Netherlands

RE: We used Clarion 4 version 3.101 on a Compaq Deskpro P166 with no probl

You are not used Clarion 4 version 3.101 because there is no DOS version 4.0
The best way to solve this problem is to work only with DOS extender library DEVCLA.LIB or DESCLA.LIB

Djole

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