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App crashes in Win2k

App crashes in Win2k

App crashes in Win2k

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Hi there

Our application works fine on Win98, but crashes on Win2k.
It does not always return the same error message, and the timing is quite unpredictable.  

I have tried the registry key change recommended on the "win2k compatibility" post, still doesn't work.

It is quite a large system, with about 100 users on site and 11 branches connecting through Winterm.
Server - Win2k service pack 3
         MS SQL 2000 Service pack 2

Does anyone know of any other incompatibility issues, or experienced a similar problem?

Thanks

RE: App crashes in Win2k

Hi,

  I had similar issues, a lot of "file usage error", and this was caused by "Yield", I took off all the yields and it was a lot better... Also I had issues with "Message".. I think all that is related to the thread management.

  http://www.klarisoft.com has a really cool replacement for the topspeed message and it is really cheap, have a look.

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