Is it possible that this large list was causing the crash? Can you boot up at all? Is there a way to force Citect to always use 1 CPU? Mark Wilson says: Friday 11 January 2008 at 9:01 @Lucian - it's a long while since I worked with this issue but yes, I think the developers said that it was
The problem appears when i move the mouse or press the keyboard. Sometimes it reboots right before windows loads. Any ideas? The projects are different sizes one is small only 5000 points and the other is very large 15,000+.
Please support me by adding the site us to your whitelist in your ad blocker. Here is the system: Windows 2000 Professional (all updates) Dual Processor AMD 1800 (times two) ASUS A7M266-D MotherBoard (new bios) Kingston 512MB DDR ECC RAM ASUS V8170 DDR Geforce4 64mb Seagate It also allowed full-screen display as well as adding to a config file for automatic drive mounting, loading foxprox, etc. N.
Can any body tell me what is the solution for this problem. The answer it seems is that although the MS-DOS application is not multi-threaded, modern versions of Windows are, and can allocate parts of the NTVDM process to any available processor. Forcing iOS to send messages as text (SMS) instead of using iMessage More advertising… Recent CommentsMark Wilson on Recovering data after Garmin crashed whilst saving activityMark Wilson on Preventing vibration noise Maybe this can help other people too?" Thanks Gabriel.
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When you say 'locking up hard', when is this occuring? thanks a bunch for any clue. Readers are responsible for designing, implementing and managing the voice, data and video systems...https://books.google.com/books/about/Network_World.html?id=FhwEAAAAMBAJ&utm_source=gb-gplus-shareNetwork WorldMy libraryHelpAdvanced Book SearchSubscribeGet Textbooks on Google PlayRent and save from the world's largest eBookstore. any other ideas Dan-O?
I tried various virtualizations, and they all seriously slow down my program, almost to an unacceptable level. https://books.google.com/books?id=FhwEAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA25&lpg=PA25&dq=Win+2K+Dual+Processor+Crashes&source=bl&ots=rnaWlpvHSV&sig=5Hbjn7bt8b68hjo8BZGk_1DmZQI&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwi3oOXQie7RAhUl4oMKHYA2B38Q6AEIQjAE Fortunately, only one of my clients still even run a DOS-based FP app, so this is much less of an issue now - except for the occasional screen modification for the Windows Server 2003 EDDIE says: Tuesday 13 March 2007 at 20:16 Hey JHC! I have been promised that all of this is to be fixed in version 6 maybe you can confirm if this prequalification for server2003 includes full support of the windows 2003
I also tried to set affinity using ‘start' as commented by Mark C (11 April 2007) but the same error. Sample Code Oracle Mix TechCast Live Oracle Magazine Books Oracle Technology Network Java Java SE Community Bug Database Community Java Embedded Java Card Java DB Java EE JavaFX Java Magazine I cannot run one machine with the graphics pages on my project and perform I/O reliably. I could not get my foxprox screens to hang no matter how much mouse movement I did.
Mounting Volume Sets 3. I have not seen any successful dumps (the process for the citect runtime goes to sleep!!!! like the trend system mentioned earlier) decides to hang or crash, thus effecting a more stable operating environment, as the rest of the system is unaffected. Please refer to KB article Q3781 (included below): ---------------------------------------- Permanently Setting the Processor Affinity for an Application in Windows NT or 2000 ---------------------------------------- Product: CitectHMI/SCADA Versions Summary: I have a Windows2000
AMD Athlon MP processors are tested to run in Multiproceesing envirnments are should be used. I have followed your guide to set affinity but one of the FP application ends with error "NTVDM encountered Hard Error" while others run smoothly. But when I tried to run on XP Dual Processor machine, it simply hangs after 4 transactin.
Both seem to do the job - no lockups so far in one week of running on my test machine. Regards SEMAJ V.V.N.Ratna Kumar, 41-17-31, Dintyalavari Street, Krishnalanka, Vijayawada-13. +919848125625 says: Friday 5 July 2013 at 13:56 ThanQ Sir, with your guide lines my application designed in foxprox 2.6(dos), running succesfully Greetings byebye Mark says: Tuesday 4 July 2006 at 0:23 Woz, Your problem is pretty much exactly the issue that I experienced. Loading...
indefinately) as of yet and it is a random event the worst part is that it is a C++ runtime error and you loose trend data as a result !!!! Brooke [email protected] -----Original Message----- I have currently issues with Citect Randomly crashing on not 1 but 2 machines here running Windows Server 2003. Bruce says: Tuesday 24 March 2009 at 15:22 Hi, I posted earlier that by doing what Mark and others suggested in this thread, I have been able to run FP26 on You'd definitely be seeing more problems if it was a system issue.
I suppose that the main concept mpeg2 encoder has no optimization for dual cpus? Petar Leave a Reply Cancel reply Search for: UK Blog Awards 2017 Finalist Categories Exercise Motoring Photography Site notices Technology Waffle and randomness Archives Archives Select Month March 2017 (3) February Anonymous says: Thursday 22 November 2012 at 19:30 I recently had this problem (CPU NTVDM problem when try to run a FoxPro app on Windows XP), and the solution was very When I checked my program in the task manager it shows it running on only one cpu.
I was in awe! This will do it. Microsoft Windows 2000 [v15.2195]. I suppose what the performance tab is showing might be proving that this scenario is true.
It can't do that. Once again Thank you Mark Wilson says: Friday 19 October 2007 at 10:15 .PIF files - now we're going back into the deep recesses of my mind ;-) The only thing Applications E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, Siebel CRM Agile Autovue See All ?