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error in exe

error in exe

error in exe

(OP)
Hi everybody, I used setup wizard to distribute my exe & dbf files. A power interuption occur in one of the pc I install while the program was running. When I run again the program an error occur. So I install again the program but still the error occur. I try to install to other pc to find out if the installation disk was the fault but the program is running well. I dont know what to do please help. Thanks

RE: error in exe

try to uninstall or delete the system from the user PC.
and then try run setup again.I encounter the same problem too but later i solve it.

RE: error in exe

Hi

Remove the program folder and recreate it.
The probable reason is that when the power failure occured, some of the default tables used in that workstation (Imagine a user resource file) might have got corrupted and so no longer valid. That could be creating the table. Such default files might have been a system created file.
I dont know if FoxUser.DBF when cirrupt will create this trouble (I believe, VFP shall create that again).

But deleteing the folder and recreating it/installing again will solve the problem.

ramani
(Subramanian.G)
FoxAcc
ramani_g@yahoo.com
LET KNOW IF THIS HELPED. ENOUGH EXPERTS ARE HERE TO HELP YOU OUT! BEST OF LUCK

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