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    Angry what does this msg mean?

    The application, VB6.exe, generated an application error The error occurred on 10/15/2000 @ 13:36:10.815 The exception generated was c0000094 at address 775779B8 (midiOutGetDevCapsW)

    Windows 2000 Professional
    Visual Basic 6 Enterprise

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    Reinstall

    It looks very serious to me really - maybe you should try reinstalling VB?

    Sorry I can't be much more help but it seems as though maybe a .dll file is corrupt or something.

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    i dont know if this sheds anymore light on the problem but:

    i think:

    VB6.exe - the program where the error occurred

    10/15/2000 @ 13:36:10.815 - when the error occurred


    c0000094 - the output of some function vb did (that is invalid)

    775779B8 - hex value of the memory location that this happened in

    midiOutGetDevCapsW - the function vb was doing that caused the error.

    its my (uneducated) guess that you ran or compiled a program that used midiOutGetDevCapsW and vb rolled over and died. i doubt you can do anything about the error.


    i hope this is right and i hope this helped.
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    yeah

    I think you might be on to it HAVocINCARNATE29

    Its a beta of a program i'm working on...
    Do you happen to know what "function" that midiGetout...blah blah is doing?

    like printing to screen, winsock, etc...

    P.S. i think I was displaying something in the webbrowser window/control when it happened

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    The midiOutGetDevCaps function queries a specified MIDI output device to determine its capabilities

    midiOutGetDevCaps has something to do with winmm.dll too i think.

    Other than that i dont know anything else.

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    tthats weird

    thats kinda what i was thinking, but its wierd because i Dont have any sounds...other than the default "beeps" that windows generates when users click somewhere they arent supposed to, there is no sound/multimedia whatsoever...

    grrr..

    could this be a windows 2000 issue?
    My friend with a win98 hasn't reported a similar problem (yet).

    p.s. this program is meant for win9x, i'm just using windows 2000 because I like it
    I occasionally switch over to 9x to test it out..

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