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> When I do the delete of those zero byte files - that is when the ActiveX/COM
error appears and that is typically when, running XNap, my system crashes.
Do you get the same DRIVER_IRQ_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL message then?
> I think this may be a VERY important discovery. I am not a Windows
> programmer, nor am I a Java programmer. And I really have no idea what
> ActiveX/COM is either but, this seems to be the problem area. Any comments
> or suggestions, other than changing my client and OS Graham!
Hmm, I'd say you might be on to something there, we've just recently had
a mini-thread on our development list about windows being very picky about opening
and closing files. The problem is just that it's extremely hard to say what
exactly is going on here and whether these ActiveX/Com errors really have anything
do with the XNap related crashes.
In general ActiveX/COM related problems should not directly interfere with Java
since at least as far as I know these technologies do not interact nor depend
on one another; there might be some linkage concerning the file locking/handling,
Something that might be worthwhile to check is whether running XNap 2.3 instead
of 2.4 in the above scenario crashes your system as well.
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