Clipper Run-time Error R6003
ive run other clipper programs on my pc and they worked fine..Thanx in advanceMartin. 8 Replies 23 Views Switch to linear view Disable enhanced parsing Permalink to this page Thread Navigation thank you! As far as i know, it's still linked into our dos appsand works fine on xp & 2000.PetePost by Stephen QuinnAndreasPost by Andreas MoroderI use __wait_b.objbut I have a application that Going to DejaNews, I got 1802 hits on R6003.
thank mate.. Dr. The great thing that you can do is unplug or uninstall the device or software recently installed in your computer as you restart and open it using safe mode. While I found that the one minute manager was good, I got a lot more useful philosophy from the Monkey book. -- Oasis WWW http://www.iag.net/~philb/ check my blog
Hmm, Author ? Subsequently it was found this protected mode __WAIT.OBJ module had occasional GPF problems when used with specific nation module files and the German language version. ive run other clipper programs on my pc and they worked fine..The VFAQ
Dave Pearson 2003-07-02 10:07:09 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Post by Martin FrederickLinking in __wait_4.obj was one the options. If you really need the MILLISEC() function in your 5.01a or 5.2e application, you should try testing __WAIT_4.OBJ instead of __WAIT_B.OBJ. But it requires you to have the source code and modify it. Please notethis problem is not caused by a defect in the CPUs.Just add it to your link script ahead of the libraries and ahead ofthe extended driver file, if used.
If you have never read it, you should read 'The One Minute Manager Meets The Monkey' for an explanation of this phenomenon. -- Oasis WWW http://www.iag.net/~philb/ Does anyone know what could be causing thisproblem? Your PC will run much smoother after this process is completed. By joining you are opting in to receive e-mail.
Just installed a new Maxtor 40 GB drive into a Compaq Presario 5204, disconnected the original drive (Seagate 4GB) and was about to load Win98 SE until I received this error Regcure found over 1,300 errors including Run-time Error R6003 Integer Divide By 0 Clipper and fixed them all. Free software, including........| dgscan - DGROUP scanner for Clipper. So, if you have 5.3, you need to link in __wait_4.obj to every executable you produce.
thank you very much. So far. R6003 runtime error (divide by 0) in win 98 8. STEP 2: Download & Install Spyhunter Malware Removal Tool - Spyhunter will optimize your PC by removing all traces of Adware, Spyware and Malware.
Come on, Anne, just how many books by that name do you think have ever been written? Missing DLL Files When there is a program trying to be run and suddenly stopped, there may be a missing file causing this Run-time Error R6003 Integer Divide By 0 Clipper. A. I've tested, without sucess: - Clear boot (ignore config.sys & autoexec.bat) - Clear boot with MS-DOS diskette - Boot with only HIMEM.SYS Thanks.
But when i about to test the application, the error Runtime Error R6003 - integer divide by 0 occured! Hmm, perhaps you could tell me about the content, that'll save me having to read it... -- Take a look in Hagbard's World: | w3ng - The WWW Norton Guide R6003 Runtime Error - interger divide by 0 9. There's a lot of solution in the internet if you google it.
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As of this writing, AMD apparently has no "fix" of their own, while Cyrix has a "fix" posted on their web site at Cyrix Home Page.
But the best choice they should consider first is to fix the PC. I added this obj in the RMKfile, and recompiled, but still no joy...Are you, perhaps, using the CA-Clipper Tools library? If the problem is not taken care at the earliest opportunity, tendency is it will worsen and you don't want that. RE: Run-time Error R6003 lbpsfl (Programmer) 7 Feb 03 14:17 message?
I did some quick tests and found it seems to work OK in 5.2 also, but as usual, use it at your own risk. The truth is, when you keep on updating your PC, you will sometimes bump into an error causing your computer to show a flash of blue in the screen as you Another "fix" is to turn off the internal cache, which will significantly degrade all performance. Join Us! *Tek-Tips's functionality depends on members receiving e-mail.