Re: Oops, Hour Glass

Richard B Drake

Well, it just so happens that I took a snap shot of my system
information at the time of the hang up. Here it is. Note system
resources are at 13% free which I felt was insignificant.

Microsoft Windows 98 4.10.2222 A
Clean install using /T:C:\WININST0.400
/II /C /U:xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
IE 5 5.50.4522.1800
Uptime: 0:08:10:41
Normal mode
On "20VA0" as "Default"
Dell Computer Corporation
GenuineIntel Pentium(r) III Processor
13% system resources free
Windows-managed swap file on drive C (2238MB free)
Available space on drive C: 2238MB of 7014MB (FAT32)
Available space on drive D: 11354MB of 11355MB (FAT32)
Available space on drive E: 45MB of 95MB (FAT)

-----Original Message-----
From: Dave Bernstein []
Sent: Friday, April 20, 2001 4:54 PM
Subject: [dxlab] Re: Oops, Hour Glass

Not out of the woods yet, obviously.

When this happens again, please note the Windows
resources levels
before terminating DXKeeper.


Dave, AA6YQ

--- In dxlab@y..., "Richard B Drake" <rich@w...> wrote:
Occurred while trying to log a contact with an empty filtered
window. The contact was not logged.

Error log extract:

20-Apr-2001 09:07:06 > DXKeeper version 1.2.5 startup
20-Apr-2001 15:28:56 > program error 3037 in module
DXLogModule.FilterDisplay: Cannot open any more
tables or queries.
20-Apr-2001 15:28:56 > program error 3426 in module
DXLogMain.NewCmd_Click: This action was cancelled by
an associated
20-Apr-2001 15:28:56 > program error 5 in module
Capture.LogCmd_Click debug state = 1: Invalid
procedure call or
20-Apr-2001 15:29:55 > DXKeeper shutdown

73, Rich - W3ZJ

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