Getting GPF in XP even with Blinker 6.0/Clipper 5.3b 
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 Getting GPF in XP even with Blinker 6.0/Clipper 5.3b

What's going on? I've upgraded to Blinker 6.0 yet I'm still getting this
when I move my mouse while in fullscreen mode.
OS: XP
Language: Clipper 5.3b
Blinker Version 6.0

Here is a snippet of my .lnk
blinker executable clipper F255
blinker executable extended
blinker executable clipper=X20
blinker incremental off
blinker procedure depth 100
blinker host passup off
stack 7168
blinker overlay opsize 60
OUTPUT custom
file main
lib j:\clip53\lib\dbfcdx
lib j:\clip53\lib\_dbfcdx
#beginarea
  file myread
  file myerr
  file miscfunc
  file miscproc
  file in_out
(...)
  file autyield
  file yield
  file j:\clip53\obj\dbgapi
#  file j:\clip53\lib\cld.lib
  lib j:\clip53\lib\extend
  file j:\clip53\obj\sortof.obj
  file j:\clip53\obj\serblx.obj
#endarea
search blxclp53
search j:\clip53\lib\fax2cl53
lib j:\clip53\lib\clipper
lib fax2root
lib c:\escape30\lib\esc30.lib

Error Message:
BLX286 : line   200 in MAIN
  Called line   729 in SCREEN1
  Called line   198 in LOGINSCR
  Called line  1574 in FLUSHBUFFE

BLX286 : 1313 : exception error 0D : general protection fault, code = 0000h

Active host is DPMI (v6.00 iP6 15360 Kb)

Reg  Value  Limit  Base       Flags  Segment  Module    File
CS   019F   FFFF   00007490   FB00     ****
DS   0467   FFFF   00000A70   F300     ****
ES   0000   ****
SS   016F   0FFF   02970000   F300     ****

[Code byte CS] 0D 89 0E FB 0D C3 90 AD [IP] 26 89 45 2A AD 26 89 45 2C 26

[Registers]  AX=256D  BX=0000  CX=01F4  DX=00BC   CS:IP=019F:3B47
             SI=0918  DI=2936  BP=00B8  SP=0FFA
             FL=3246  NV UP EI NT PL ZR NA PE NC

[Stack value SS] 77F0 0000 0172 0206 3B8F 019F 23D0 00C7 0202 12A8 00C7 0246
            [SP] 23D0 00C7 0202 **** **** **** **** **** **** **** **** ****

[Stack frame SS] 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000
            [BP] 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000

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Version: 6.0.303 / Virus Database: 164 - Release Date: 24/11/2001



Tue, 18 May 2004 07:07:25 GMT  
 Getting GPF in XP even with Blinker 6.0/Clipper 5.3b
See my post 22nd November Re: XP GPF

Blinker 6 fixed the Win2000 GPF, but it re-appeared in XP
You need nomouse.obj

--
Jon Justin
Harmony Software


Quote:
> What's going on? I've upgraded to Blinker 6.0 yet I'm still getting this
> when I move my mouse while in fullscreen mode.
> OS: XP
> Language: Clipper 5.3b
> Blinker Version 6.0

> Here is a snippet of my .lnk
> blinker executable clipper F255
> blinker executable extended
> blinker executable clipper=X20
> blinker incremental off
> blinker procedure depth 100
> blinker host passup off
> stack 7168
> blinker overlay opsize 60
> OUTPUT custom
> file main
> lib j:\clip53\lib\dbfcdx
> lib j:\clip53\lib\_dbfcdx
> #beginarea
>   file myread
>   file myerr
>   file miscfunc
>   file miscproc
>   file in_out
> (...)
>   file autyield
>   file yield
>   file j:\clip53\obj\dbgapi
> #  file j:\clip53\lib\cld.lib
>   lib j:\clip53\lib\extend
>   file j:\clip53\obj\sortof.obj
>   file j:\clip53\obj\serblx.obj
> #endarea
> search blxclp53
> search j:\clip53\lib\fax2cl53
> lib j:\clip53\lib\clipper
> lib fax2root
> lib c:\escape30\lib\esc30.lib

> Error Message:
> BLX286 : line   200 in MAIN
>   Called line   729 in SCREEN1
>   Called line   198 in LOGINSCR
>   Called line  1574 in FLUSHBUFFE

> BLX286 : 1313 : exception error 0D : general protection fault, code =
0000h

> Active host is DPMI (v6.00 iP6 15360 Kb)

> Reg  Value  Limit  Base       Flags  Segment  Module    File
> CS   019F   FFFF   00007490   FB00     ****
> DS   0467   FFFF   00000A70   F300     ****
> ES   0000   ****
> SS   016F   0FFF   02970000   F300     ****

> [Code byte CS] 0D 89 0E FB 0D C3 90 AD [IP] 26 89 45 2A AD 26 89 45 2C 26

> [Registers]  AX=256D  BX=0000  CX=01F4  DX=00BC   CS:IP=019F:3B47
>              SI=0918  DI=2936  BP=00B8  SP=0FFA
>              FL=3246  NV UP EI NT PL ZR NA PE NC

> [Stack value SS] 77F0 0000 0172 0206 3B8F 019F 23D0 00C7 0202 12A8 00C7
0246
>             [SP] 23D0 00C7 0202 **** **** **** **** **** **** **** ****
****

> [Stack frame SS] 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000
0000
>             [BP] 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000
0000

> ---
> Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free.
> Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com).
> Version: 6.0.303 / Virus Database: 164 - Release Date: 24/11/2001



Tue, 18 May 2004 12:53:50 GMT  
 Getting GPF in XP even with Blinker 6.0/Clipper 5.3b
Does it also happen in a window?

Ray

Quote:
> What's going on? I've upgraded to Blinker 6.0 yet I'm still getting
this
> when I move my mouse while in fullscreen mode.
> OS: XP
> Language: Clipper 5.3b
> Blinker Version 6.0

> Here is a snippet of my .lnk
> blinker executable clipper F255
> blinker executable extended
> blinker executable clipper=X20
> blinker incremental off
> blinker procedure depth 100
> blinker host passup off
> stack 7168
> blinker overlay opsize 60
> OUTPUT custom
> file main
> lib j:\clip53\lib\dbfcdx
> lib j:\clip53\lib\_dbfcdx
> #beginarea
>   file myread
>   file myerr
>   file miscfunc
>   file miscproc
>   file in_out
> (...)
>   file autyield
>   file yield
>   file j:\clip53\obj\dbgapi
> #  file j:\clip53\lib\cld.lib
>   lib j:\clip53\lib\extend
>   file j:\clip53\obj\sortof.obj
>   file j:\clip53\obj\serblx.obj
> #endarea
> search blxclp53
> search j:\clip53\lib\fax2cl53
> lib j:\clip53\lib\clipper
> lib fax2root
> lib c:\escape30\lib\esc30.lib

> Error Message:
> BLX286 : line   200 in MAIN
>   Called line   729 in SCREEN1
>   Called line   198 in LOGINSCR
>   Called line  1574 in FLUSHBUFFE

> BLX286 : 1313 : exception error 0D : general protection fault, code =
0000h

> Active host is DPMI (v6.00 iP6 15360 Kb)

> Reg  Value  Limit  Base       Flags  Segment  Module    File
> CS   019F   FFFF   00007490   FB00     ****
> DS   0467   FFFF   00000A70   F300     ****
> ES   0000   ****
> SS   016F   0FFF   02970000   F300     ****

> [Code byte CS] 0D 89 0E FB 0D C3 90 AD [IP] 26 89 45 2A AD 26 89 45 2C
26

> [Registers]  AX=256D  BX=0000  CX=01F4  DX=00BC   CS:IP=019F:3B47
>              SI=0918  DI=2936  BP=00B8  SP=0FFA
>              FL=3246  NV UP EI NT PL ZR NA PE NC

> [Stack value SS] 77F0 0000 0172 0206 3B8F 019F 23D0 00C7 0202 12A8
00C7 0246
>             [SP] 23D0 00C7 0202 **** **** **** **** **** **** ****
**** ****

> [Stack frame SS] 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000
0000 0000
>             [BP] 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000
0000 0000

> ---
> Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free.
> Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com).
> Version: 6.0.303 / Virus Database: 164 - Release Date: 24/11/2001



Tue, 18 May 2004 12:52:14 GMT  
 Getting GPF in XP even with Blinker 6.0/Clipper 5.3b
I did not seem to happen in a window, only full screen but most locations
run this program fullscreen as it is a POS/Transaction Processing program.
I found a nomouse .obj and nomouse.prg on oasis in a file called calc22.zip.
Is this the nomouse.obj everyone is talking about? It "seems" to work.
Here is the could for nomouse.prg let me know if this is the correct one:
* ? Program
?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
* 3  Application: Calculator 2.0
3
* 3    File Name: NOMOUSE.PRG   Stub module for no-mouse ability
3
* 3       Author: Jim Gale
3
* 3 Date created: 10-03-93
3
* 3 Time created: 11:06:04pm
3
* 3    Make File:
3
* 3    Exec File:
3
* 3    Copyright: 1993 by Touchstone Business Creations
3
*
??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

* ? Function
????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
* 3  Description: Determime if a mouse if present in the system.
3
* 3       Author: Jim Gale
3
* 3 Date created: 10-30-93
3
* 3 Time created: 09:35:00am
3
* 3    Copyright: Touchstone Business Creations
3
*
???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
* 3     Function: CM_IsMouse()
3
* 3
3
* 3    Arguments: none
3
* 3
3
* 3 Return Value: False - no mouse exists in system (NOMOUSE)
3
* 3
3
* 3     See Also:
3
* 3
3
*
??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
Function CM_IsMouse()
Return .F.

Function CM_Button()
Return 0

Function CM_Row()
Return 0

Function CM_Col()
Return 0

Function CM_On()
Return .F.

Function CM_Off()
Return .F.

Function CM_Cursor()
Return .F.

Function CM_Init()
Return NIL

Function CM_Wait()
Return Inkey(.2)

Function CM_Exit()
Return NIL

Quote:
> Does it also happen in a window?

> Ray

> > What's going on? I've upgraded to Blinker 6.0 yet I'm still getting
> this
> > when I move my mouse while in fullscreen mode.
> > OS: XP
> > Language: Clipper 5.3b
> > Blinker Version 6.0

> > Here is a snippet of my .lnk
> > blinker executable clipper F255
> > blinker executable extended
> > blinker executable clipper=X20
> > blinker incremental off
> > blinker procedure depth 100
> > blinker host passup off
> > stack 7168
> > blinker overlay opsize 60
> > OUTPUT custom
> > file main
> > lib j:\clip53\lib\dbfcdx
> > lib j:\clip53\lib\_dbfcdx
> > #beginarea
> >   file myread
> >   file myerr
> >   file miscfunc
> >   file miscproc
> >   file in_out
> > (...)
> >   file autyield
> >   file yield
> >   file j:\clip53\obj\dbgapi
> > #  file j:\clip53\lib\cld.lib
> >   lib j:\clip53\lib\extend
> >   file j:\clip53\obj\sortof.obj
> >   file j:\clip53\obj\serblx.obj
> > #endarea
> > search blxclp53
> > search j:\clip53\lib\fax2cl53
> > lib j:\clip53\lib\clipper
> > lib fax2root
> > lib c:\escape30\lib\esc30.lib

> > Error Message:
> > BLX286 : line   200 in MAIN
> >   Called line   729 in SCREEN1
> >   Called line   198 in LOGINSCR
> >   Called line  1574 in FLUSHBUFFE

> > BLX286 : 1313 : exception error 0D : general protection fault, code =
> 0000h

> > Active host is DPMI (v6.00 iP6 15360 Kb)

> > Reg  Value  Limit  Base       Flags  Segment  Module    File
> > CS   019F   FFFF   00007490   FB00     ****
> > DS   0467   FFFF   00000A70   F300     ****
> > ES   0000   ****
> > SS   016F   0FFF   02970000   F300     ****

> > [Code byte CS] 0D 89 0E FB 0D C3 90 AD [IP] 26 89 45 2A AD 26 89 45 2C
> 26

> > [Registers]  AX=256D  BX=0000  CX=01F4  DX=00BC   CS:IP=019F:3B47
> >              SI=0918  DI=2936  BP=00B8  SP=0FFA
> >              FL=3246  NV UP EI NT PL ZR NA PE NC

> > [Stack value SS] 77F0 0000 0172 0206 3B8F 019F 23D0 00C7 0202 12A8
> 00C7 0246
> >             [SP] 23D0 00C7 0202 **** **** **** **** **** **** ****
> **** ****

> > [Stack frame SS] 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000
> 0000 0000
> >             [BP] 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000
> 0000 0000

> > ---
> > Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free.
> > Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com).
> > Version: 6.0.303 / Virus Database: 164 - Release Date: 24/11/2001

---
Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free.
Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com).
Version: 6.0.303 / Virus Database: 164 - Release Date: 24/11/2001


Wed, 19 May 2004 02:59:43 GMT  
 Getting GPF in XP even with Blinker 6.0/Clipper 5.3b
Hi Ari,
That source code can't possibly be it.  It is just a "skeleton" of a
framework for how to write the nomouse.prg.  Notice how none of the
functions do anything in the sample you included.  The other respondant has
the correct answer for you.
Regards,
Bill


Quote:
> I did not seem to happen in a window, only full screen but most locations
> run this program fullscreen as it is a POS/Transaction Processing program.
> I found a nomouse .obj and nomouse.prg on oasis in a file called
calc22.zip.
> Is this the nomouse.obj everyone is talking about? It "seems" to work.
> Here is the could for nomouse.prg let me know if this is the correct one:
> * ? Program
> ?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
> * 3  Application: Calculator 2.0
> 3
> * 3    File Name: NOMOUSE.PRG   Stub module for no-mouse ability
> 3
> * 3       Author: Jim Gale
> 3
> * 3 Date created: 10-03-93
> 3
> * 3 Time created: 11:06:04pm
> 3
> * 3    Make File:
> 3
> * 3    Exec File:
> 3
> * 3    Copyright: 1993 by Touchstone Business Creations
> 3
> *

??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
Quote:

> * ? Function
> ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
> * 3  Description: Determime if a mouse if present in the system.
> 3
> * 3       Author: Jim Gale
> 3
> * 3 Date created: 10-30-93
> 3
> * 3 Time created: 09:35:00am
> 3
> * 3    Copyright: Touchstone Business Creations
> 3
> *

???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

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Quote:
> * 3     Function: CM_IsMouse()
> 3
> * 3
> 3
> * 3    Arguments: none
> 3
> * 3
> 3
> * 3 Return Value: False - no mouse exists in system (NOMOUSE)
> 3
> * 3
> 3
> * 3     See Also:
> 3
> * 3
> 3
> *

??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

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Quote:
> Function CM_IsMouse()
> Return .F.

> Function CM_Button()
> Return 0

> Function CM_Row()
> Return 0

> Function CM_Col()
> Return 0

> Function CM_On()
> Return .F.

> Function CM_Off()
> Return .F.

> Function CM_Cursor()
> Return .F.

> Function CM_Init()
> Return NIL

> Function CM_Wait()
> Return Inkey(.2)

> Function CM_Exit()
> Return NIL


> > Does it also happen in a window?

> > Ray

> > > What's going on? I've upgraded to Blinker 6.0 yet I'm still getting
> > this
> > > when I move my mouse while in fullscreen mode.
> > > OS: XP
> > > Language: Clipper 5.3b
> > > Blinker Version 6.0

> > > Here is a snippet of my .lnk
> > > blinker executable clipper F255
> > > blinker executable extended
> > > blinker executable clipper=X20
> > > blinker incremental off
> > > blinker procedure depth 100
> > > blinker host passup off
> > > stack 7168
> > > blinker overlay opsize 60
> > > OUTPUT custom
> > > file main
> > > lib j:\clip53\lib\dbfcdx
> > > lib j:\clip53\lib\_dbfcdx
> > > #beginarea
> > >   file myread
> > >   file myerr
> > >   file miscfunc
> > >   file miscproc
> > >   file in_out
> > > (...)
> > >   file autyield
> > >   file yield
> > >   file j:\clip53\obj\dbgapi
> > > #  file j:\clip53\lib\cld.lib
> > >   lib j:\clip53\lib\extend
> > >   file j:\clip53\obj\sortof.obj
> > >   file j:\clip53\obj\serblx.obj
> > > #endarea
> > > search blxclp53
> > > search j:\clip53\lib\fax2cl53
> > > lib j:\clip53\lib\clipper
> > > lib fax2root
> > > lib c:\escape30\lib\esc30.lib

> > > Error Message:
> > > BLX286 : line   200 in MAIN
> > >   Called line   729 in SCREEN1
> > >   Called line   198 in LOGINSCR
> > >   Called line  1574 in FLUSHBUFFE

> > > BLX286 : 1313 : exception error 0D : general protection fault, code =
> > 0000h

> > > Active host is DPMI (v6.00 iP6 15360 Kb)

> > > Reg  Value  Limit  Base       Flags  Segment  Module    File
> > > CS   019F   FFFF   00007490   FB00     ****
> > > DS   0467   FFFF   00000A70   F300     ****
> > > ES   0000   ****
> > > SS   016F   0FFF   02970000   F300     ****

> > > [Code byte CS] 0D 89 0E FB 0D C3 90 AD [IP] 26 89 45 2A AD 26 89 45 2C
> > 26

> > > [Registers]  AX=256D  BX=0000  CX=01F4  DX=00BC   CS:IP=019F:3B47
> > >              SI=0918  DI=2936  BP=00B8  SP=0FFA
> > >              FL=3246  NV UP EI NT PL ZR NA PE NC

> > > [Stack value SS] 77F0 0000 0172 0206 3B8F 019F 23D0 00C7 0202 12A8
> > 00C7 0246
> > >             [SP] 23D0 00C7 0202 **** **** **** **** **** **** ****
> > **** ****

> > > [Stack frame SS] 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000
> > 0000 0000
> > >             [BP] 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000
> > 0000 0000

> > > ---
> > > Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free.
> > > Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com).
> > > Version: 6.0.303 / Virus Database: 164 - Release Date: 24/11/2001

> ---
> Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free.
> Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com).
> Version: 6.0.303 / Virus Database: 164 - Release Date: 24/11/2001



Sat, 22 May 2004 01:45:02 GMT  
 Getting GPF in XP even with Blinker 6.0/Clipper 5.3b
Thanks. Could someone send me or direct me to the location of the proper
nomouse.obj?


Quote:
> Hi Ari,
> That source code can't possibly be it.  It is just a "skeleton" of a
> framework for how to write the nomouse.prg.  Notice how none of the
> functions do anything in the sample you included.  The other respondant
has
> the correct answer for you.
> Regards,
> Bill



> > I did not seem to happen in a window, only full screen but most
locations
> > run this program fullscreen as it is a POS/Transaction Processing
program.
> > I found a nomouse .obj and nomouse.prg on oasis in a file called
> calc22.zip.
> > Is this the nomouse.obj everyone is talking about? It "seems" to work.
> > Here is the could for nomouse.prg let me know if this is the correct
one:
> > * ? Program
> > ?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
> > * 3  Application: Calculator 2.0
> > 3
> > * 3    File Name: NOMOUSE.PRG   Stub module for no-mouse ability
> > 3
> > * 3       Author: Jim Gale
> > 3
> > * 3 Date created: 10-03-93
> > 3
> > * 3 Time created: 11:06:04pm
> > 3
> > * 3    Make File:
> > 3
> > * 3    Exec File:
> > 3
> > * 3    Copyright: 1993 by Touchstone Business Creations
> > 3
> > *

??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

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Quote:

> > * ? Function
> > ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
> > * 3  Description: Determime if a mouse if present in the system.
> > 3
> > * 3       Author: Jim Gale
> > 3
> > * 3 Date created: 10-30-93
> > 3
> > * 3 Time created: 09:35:00am
> > 3
> > * 3    Copyright: Touchstone Business Creations
> > 3
> > *

???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

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Quote:
> > * 3     Function: CM_IsMouse()
> > 3
> > * 3
> > 3
> > * 3    Arguments: none
> > 3
> > * 3
> > 3
> > * 3 Return Value: False - no mouse exists in system (NOMOUSE)
> > 3
> > * 3
> > 3
> > * 3     See Also:
> > 3
> > * 3
> > 3
> > *

??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

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Quote:
> > Function CM_IsMouse()
> > Return .F.

> > Function CM_Button()
> > Return 0

> > Function CM_Row()
> > Return 0

> > Function CM_Col()
> > Return 0

> > Function CM_On()
> > Return .F.

> > Function CM_Off()
> > Return .F.

> > Function CM_Cursor()
> > Return .F.

> > Function CM_Init()
> > Return NIL

> > Function CM_Wait()
> > Return Inkey(.2)

> > Function CM_Exit()
> > Return NIL


> > > Does it also happen in a window?

> > > Ray

> > > > What's going on? I've upgraded to Blinker 6.0 yet I'm still getting
> > > this
> > > > when I move my mouse while in fullscreen mode.
> > > > OS: XP
> > > > Language: Clipper 5.3b
> > > > Blinker Version 6.0

> > > > Here is a snippet of my .lnk
> > > > blinker executable clipper F255
> > > > blinker executable extended
> > > > blinker executable clipper=X20
> > > > blinker incremental off
> > > > blinker procedure depth 100
> > > > blinker host passup off
> > > > stack 7168
> > > > blinker overlay opsize 60
> > > > OUTPUT custom
> > > > file main
> > > > lib j:\clip53\lib\dbfcdx
> > > > lib j:\clip53\lib\_dbfcdx
> > > > #beginarea
> > > >   file myread
> > > >   file myerr
> > > >   file miscfunc
> > > >   file miscproc
> > > >   file in_out
> > > > (...)
> > > >   file autyield
> > > >   file yield
> > > >   file j:\clip53\obj\dbgapi
> > > > #  file j:\clip53\lib\cld.lib
> > > >   lib j:\clip53\lib\extend
> > > >   file j:\clip53\obj\sortof.obj
> > > >   file j:\clip53\obj\serblx.obj
> > > > #endarea
> > > > search blxclp53
> > > > search j:\clip53\lib\fax2cl53
> > > > lib j:\clip53\lib\clipper
> > > > lib fax2root
> > > > lib c:\escape30\lib\esc30.lib

> > > > Error Message:
> > > > BLX286 : line   200 in MAIN
> > > >   Called line   729 in SCREEN1
> > > >   Called line   198 in LOGINSCR
> > > >   Called line  1574 in FLUSHBUFFE

> > > > BLX286 : 1313 : exception error 0D : general protection fault, code
=
> > > 0000h

> > > > Active host is DPMI (v6.00 iP6 15360 Kb)

> > > > Reg  Value  Limit  Base       Flags  Segment  Module    File
> > > > CS   019F   FFFF   00007490   FB00     ****
> > > > DS   0467   FFFF   00000A70   F300     ****
> > > > ES   0000   ****
> > > > SS   016F   0FFF   02970000   F300     ****

> > > > [Code byte CS] 0D 89 0E FB 0D C3 90 AD [IP] 26 89 45 2A AD 26 89 45
2C
> > > 26

> > > > [Registers]  AX=256D  BX=0000  CX=01F4  DX=00BC   CS:IP=019F:3B47
> > > >              SI=0918  DI=2936  BP=00B8  SP=0FFA
> > > >              FL=3246  NV UP EI NT PL ZR NA PE NC

> > > > [Stack value SS] 77F0 0000 0172 0206 3B8F 019F 23D0 00C7 0202 12A8
> > > 00C7 0246
> > > >             [SP] 23D0 00C7 0202 **** **** **** **** **** **** ****
> > > **** ****

> > > > [Stack frame SS] 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000
> > > 0000 0000
> > > >             [BP] 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000
> > > 0000 0000

> > > > ---
> > > > Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free.
> > > > Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com).
> > > > Version: 6.0.303 / Virus Database: 164 - Release Date: 24/11/2001

> > ---
> > Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free.
> > Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com).
> > Version: 6.0.303 / Virus Database: 164 - Release Date: 24/11/2001

---
Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free.
Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com).
Version: 6.0.303 / Virus Database: 164 - Release Date: 24/11/2001


Sat, 22 May 2004 03:00:04 GMT  
 Getting GPF in XP even with Blinker 6.0/Clipper 5.3b

Quote:

>That source code can't possibly be it.  It is just a "skeleton" of a
>framework for how to write the nomouse.prg.  Notice how none of the
>functions do anything in the sample you included.  The other respondant has

Isn't that the whole point, if it was called MOUSE.PRG I'd agree with
you.

Alex Strickland

Alex Strickland
sscc zat mweb pt co pt za



Sat, 22 May 2004 17:33:21 GMT  
 Getting GPF in XP even with Blinker 6.0/Clipper 5.3b
Ari

Along with what Ray says look at the STACK and PROCEDURE DEPTH commands
From Blinkers Help
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
--------
Purpose:  Specify the maximum depth of CA-Clipper procedure nesting.

Syntax:  BLINKER PROCEDURE DEPTH <{*filter*}pth>

Default:  <{*filter*}pth> is 50.

Description:  This command is provided as a convenience to CA-Clipper
programmers to allow the setting of the program stack based on the maximum
procedure nesting depth which will occur in the application at runtime. This
depth is the number of procedure calls that are executed before a procedure
return. For example, if procedure A calls procedure B which calls procedure
C, the maximum depth is 3. But, if procedure B returns to procedure A which
then calls procedure C, the maximum depth is 2.

The default depth is 50 procedures, but this may be increased if it is
possible for more nesting to occur. For instance, a recursive procedure (one
that calls itself) will often require a greater depth. The size of the stack
set is approximately 1Kb per 10 levels. Thus the default of 50 procedures
has an overhead of approximately 5Kb, and this will rise proportionally as
the PROCEDURE DEPTH is increased.
Since both this command and the STACK command control the size of the
application stack, only one of these commands should be used (the last one
specified is the one that is processed). Programmers using languages other
than CA-Clipper should use the STACK command directly, since the calculation
that Blinker performs to compute the final stack size with this command is
based on the stack requirements for CA-Clipper procedures.
Blinker can only check the stack when executing overlaid code. However, some
applications making use of third party libraries linked into the root,
especially in a network environment, may require an increase in the
PROCEDURE DEPTH. Symptoms indicating this include erratic{*filter*} of the
machine, spurious characters on the screen and other fatal errors which do
not happen regularly.

--
HTH
Steve Quinn



Sun, 23 May 2004 11:30:59 GMT  
 Getting GPF in XP even with Blinker 6.0/Clipper 5.3b
Stephen,

A doubt: makes sense the "overlay" and "beginarea" statments in Aris
protected mode LNK? AFAIK, they work only in real mode.

Best regards,

Marcos Nogueira
S. Paulo - Brazil



Sun, 23 May 2004 21:43:38 GMT  
 Getting GPF in XP even with Blinker 6.0/Clipper 5.3b
Marcos

Blinker ignores them in Protected mode - IIRC that's in the docs as well

--
HTH
Steve Quinn



Mon, 24 May 2004 06:01:49 GMT  
 
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