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  1. #1
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    Apr 2003
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    Please help me debug this.

    Im creating a CD presentation & my CD has 2 .exe files on it. 1 for people with 800x600 rez & 1 for 1024x768 rez. A programmer was kind enough to help me (unfortunately I cant get a hold of him) & created a set of files with (Im assuming) VB6, called "Launch.exe", Vb40032.dll & files. These files would be started by the autorun.ini file & they would in turn launch the appropriate files according the viewers rez settings. Ive burnt all my files to CD but when I play it, I get error messages on both files like below:

    WinXP P4 1.6 512ram\ Geforce2 32mg vidcard

    Microsft error signature:
    Appname:_1024x768.exe Appver: Modname:~ss9.tmp
    Modversion: Offset:00048749

    1024x768 has encountered a problem & needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvience.

    Unhandled exception in _1024x768.exe (Flash.OCX): 0xc0000005: access violation

    Win98 P3 600, 448 ram \ 32mg vidcard\ set to autorun CD's
    This seems strange.It wont autorun, so you have to start it maually, but it autoruns on WinXP

    run-time error "76"
    Path not found.

    This part seems odd, these errors come up 95% of the time when you exit the CD, other wirse when its running it seems to work almost perfectly. I dont know much about debugging & VB script & reading / programming. I have a copy of VB & when the errors happen it opens up in a debugger but I dont really understand how to read & decipher it to well. If anyone can help me understand whats going wrong Id greatly appreciate it. Im a rookie & I spent 13 hours searching on the internet to see if I could understand whats going wrong & I cant. I posted my files for viewing at:

    I added my CD files & I cut & pasted my debugged files to notepad for download. If anyone could help me I would "greatly" appreciate it.

    Thank you for your time.

    PS: Im sorry if this is the wrong forumn, I think its the proper place. If not, could you please redirect me.


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    Member nepharo's Avatar
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    I can probably code you a similar thing in c++. Let me know the name of the files that you want launched. example:
    800x600 - foo.exe
    1024x768 - bar.exe
    I cannot self terminate, you must lower me into the fire.

  4. #3
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    Thanks nepharo, I appreciate the help. I'm going to look into a few other things & get back to you.

    Thanks again

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