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_SviMik

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memory is over
« on: March 02, 2006, 08:04:20 PM »
I have got over 100 same reports in few seconds. Other programs (Photoshop and psyBNC) has terminated too... Probably it was problem with memory or there was not enough free space on hard disc for swap file...
Sorry for my poor English :)
PS. Sorry, if I have posted it in wrong topic, I didn't found topic for error reports :)

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Access violation at address 00404AD0 in module 'hfs.exe'. Read of address 6C6F726C
HFS 2.0 beta34
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Stack list, generated 02.03.2006 21:48:28
[00404AD0]{hfs.exe     } System.@LStrAsg + $4
[0040417B]{hfs.exe     } System.@HandleAnyException + $33
[0043DAFC]{hfs.exe     } StdCtrls. + $0
[00404D92]{hfs.exe     } System.@LStrCat3 + $16
[00506B70]{hfs.exe     } main. (Line 4783, "main.pas" + 0) + $12
[00506D13]{hfs.exe     } main. (Line 4801, "main.pas" + 0) + $14
[0043F4E2]{hfs.exe     } StdCtrls. + $0
[0043F656]{hfs.exe     } StdCtrls. + $0
[00465CA0]{hfs.exe     } Controls. + $0
[00468C43]{hfs.exe     } Controls. + $0
[0041DD4E]{hfs.exe     } Classes.TThreadList.UnlockList (Line 3097, "classes.pas" + 1) + $7
[0042F338]{hfs.exe     } Graphics.TMetafile.Draw + $C58
[004688C0]{hfs.exe     } Controls. + $0
[004688D5]{hfs.exe     } Controls. + $0
[00428B7C]{hfs.exe     } Classes.StdWndProc (Line 10565, "classes.pas" + 8) + $0
[00468C43]{hfs.exe     } Controls. + $0
[0043F1BA]{hfs.exe     } StdCtrls. + $0
[00465A70]{hfs.exe     } Controls. + $0
[00468D7B]{hfs.exe     } Controls. + $0
[004694F6]{hfs.exe     } Controls. + $0
[00465CA0]{hfs.exe     } Controls. + $0
[00468CBA]{hfs.exe     } Controls. + $0
[00465CA0]{hfs.exe     } Controls. + $0
[00468C43]{hfs.exe     } Controls. + $0
[004688C0]{hfs.exe     } Controls. + $0
[00428B7C]{hfs.exe     } Classes.StdWndProc (Line 10565, "classes.pas" + 8) + $0

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[0042F338]{hfs.exe     } Graphics.TMetafile.Draw + $C58
[0049A230]{hfs.exe     } ComCtrls. + $0
[00404426]{hfs.exe     } System.@HandleFinally + $2A
[00465CA0]{hfs.exe     } Controls. + $0
[0041D138]{hfs.exe     } Classes.TList.Delete (Line 2725, "classes.pas" + 9) + $A
[0041D52E]{hfs.exe     } Classes.TList.Remove (Line 2856, "classes.pas" + 3) + $6
[00463406]{hfs.exe     } Controls. + $0
[0042BF62]{hfs.exe     } Graphics.TCanvas.Unlock + $1E
[00468C43]{hfs.exe     } Controls. + $0
[0042F338]{hfs.exe     } Graphics.TMetafile.Draw + $C58
[004688C0]{hfs.exe     } Controls. + $0
[00404426]{hfs.exe     } System.@HandleFinally + $2A
[00428B7C]{hfs.exe     } Classes.StdWndProc (Line 10565, "classes.pas" + 8) + $0
[00455947]{hfs.exe     } Forms. + $0
[0045597E]{hfs.exe     } Forms. + $0
[00455B9E]{hfs.exe     } Forms. + $0
[0050FF8C]{hfs.exe     } hfs. (Line 62, "c:\code\mine\hfs\hfs.dpr" + 0) + $2
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System   : Windows XP Home Edition, Version: 5.1, Build: A28, "Service Pack 1"
Processor: AMD, AMD Sempron(tm)   2200+, 1566 MHz MMX
Display  : 1024x768 pixels, 32 bpp
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Offline rejetto

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memory is over
« Reply #1 on: March 03, 2006, 01:04:11 AM »
yes, be aware HFS is not programmed to handle such a situation,when memory (RAM) is over.