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TRAP 000d

Why do I get this error?

TRAP 000d  ERRCO=0000  ERACC=****  ERLIM=****
EAX=0000  EBX=9bb7b40c  ECX=00000000  EDX=00000000
ESI=9bd30000  EDI=00863d70  EBP=008b58f4  FLG=00012216
CS:EIP=0fe8:0000513c  CSACC=009b  CSLIM=00004a17
SS:ESP=0030:000058b4  SSACC=1097  SSLIM=00004a17
DS=0fd0  DSACC=0093  DSLIM=0000d7df  CR0=80010013
ES=0000  ESACC=****  ESLIM=****  CR2=008eefe4
FS:0000  FSACC=****  FSLIM=****
GS=0000  GSACC=****  GSLIM=****

The system detected an internal processing error at

location ##0160:fff568b4-000d:a8b4.

60000, 9084
05860525

Internal Revision  8,250, 96/10/09

The system is stopped.

Thanks,

Mark
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mbruffey
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liorCommented:
Can you tell me when this happens.  Trap 000d can happen often, it's a software error.  This can be caused for example by the fact that you're loading a modem driver and don't have your com.sys driver loaded.  It can also give this trap if you have extended DOS (v7.0) attributes and you run a CHKDSK.  Any added information would be helpful...if it happens during boot up do ALT-F2 during the OS/2 white box at the top right corner and tell me which driver is last to be loaded before the trap.  
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mbruffeyAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the response.  The error does
NOT occur on bootup.
Here is a copy of my config.sys file:

SET LANG=USA
SET LTC_FORM=%a, %b %d  %I:%M
REM BASEDEV=RESERVE.SYS /IO:2e8,7
REM BASEDEV=RESERVE.SYS /IO:3f8,8 /IRQ:4
IFS=K:\OS2\HPFS.IFS /CACHE:2048 /CRECL:64
/AUTOCHECK:KJ
PROTSHELL=K:\OS2\PMSHELL.EXE
RESERVEDRIVELETTER=Q
SET USER_INI=K:\OS2\OS2.INI
SET SYSTEM_INI=K:\OS2\OS2SYS.INI
SET OS2_SHELL=K:\OS2\CMD.EXE
SET
AUTOSTART=PROGRAMS,TASKLIST,FOLDERS,CONNEC
TIONS,LAUNCHPAD
SET RUNWORKPLACE=K:\OS2\PMSHELL.EXE
SET COMSPEC=K:\OS2\CMD.EXE
LIBPATH=.;K:\NETSCAPE;K:\OS2\DLL;K:\OS2\MD
OS;K:\;K:\OS2\APPS\DLL;K:\MMOS2\DLL;K:\VIE
WER\DLL;K:\TCPIP\DLL;K:\TCPIP\UMAIL;K:\IBM
WORKS;K:\JAVAOS2\DLL;K:\WEBWRITE;K:\BACKMA
ST;
SET
PATH=K:\NETSCAPE;K:\OS2;K:\OS2\SYSTEM;K:\O
S2\MDOS\WINOS2;K:\OS2\INSTALL;K:\;K:\OS2\M
DOS;K:\OS2\APPS;K:\MMOS2;K:\VIEWER\BIN;K:\
TCPIP\BIN;K:\TCPIP\UMAIL;K:\IBMWORKS;K:\JA
VAOS2\BIN;K:\BACKMAST;
SET
DPATH=K:\OS2;K:\OS2\SYSTEM;K:\OS2\MDOS\WIN
OS2;K:\OS2\INSTALL;K:\;K:\OS2\BITMAP;K:\OS
2\MDOS;K:\OS2\APPS;K:\MMOS2;K:\MMOS2\INSTA
LL;K:\VIEWER\DATA;
SET PROMPT=$i[$p]
SET
HELP=k:\NETSCAPE;K:\OS2\HELP;K:\OS2\HELP\T
UTORIAL;K:\MMOS2\HELP;K:\VIEWER\HELP;k:\tc
pip\help;K:\TCPIP\UMAIL;k:\IBMWORKS
SET GLOSSARY=K:\OS2\HELP\GLOSS;
SET IPF_KEYS=SBCS
PRIORITY_DISK_IO=NO
FILES=50
BASEDEV=IBMKBD.SYS
DEVICE=K:\OS2\BOOT\TESTCFG.SYS
DEVICE=K:\OS2\BOOT\DOS.SYS
DEVICE=K:\OS2\BOOT\PMDD.SYS
BUFFERS=90
IOPL=YES
REM DISKCACHE=D,LW
DISKCACHE=8192,LW,4,AC:K
MAXWAIT=1
MEMMAN=SWAP,PROTECT
SWAPPATH=K:\OS2\SYSTEM 8192 96000
BREAK=ON
THREADS=512
TIMESLICE=32,64
PRINTMONBUFSIZE=512,134,134
COUNTRY=001,K:\OS2\SYSTEM\COUNTRY.SYS
SET KEYS=ON
SET BOOKSHELF=K:\OS2\BOOK;K:\MMOS2;
SET
SOMIR=K:\OS2\ETC\SOM.IR;K:\OS2\ETC\WPSH.IR
;K:\OS2\ETC\WPDSERV.IR
SET SOMDDIR=K:\OS2\ETC\DSOM
REM SET
DELDIR=C:\DELETE,512;D:\DELETE,512;E:\DELE
TE,512;F:\DELETE,512;G:\DELETE,512;H:\DELE
TE,512;I:\DELETE,512;J:\DELETE,512;K:\DELE
TE,512;L:\DELETE,512;
BASEDEV=PRINT01.SYS /IRQ
BASEDEV=IBM1FLPY.ADD
REM BASEDEV=IBM2FLPY.ADD
BASEDEV=IBM1S506.ADD
BASEDEV=XDFLOPPY.FLT
BASEDEV=OS2DASD.DMD
SET EPMPATH=K:\OS2\APPS;
PROTECTONLY=NO
SHELL=K:\OS2\MDOS\COMMAND.COM K:\OS2\MDOS
FCBS=32,16
RMSIZE=640
DEVICE=K:\OS2\MDOS\VEMM.SYS
DOS=LOW,NOUMB
DEVICE=K:\OS2\MDOS\VXMS.SYS /UMB
DEVICE=K:\OS2\MDOS\VDPMI.SYS
DEVICE=K:\OS2\MDOS\VDPX.SYS
DEVICE=K:\OS2\MDOS\VWIN.SYS
DEVICE=K:\OS2\MDOS\VW32S.SYS
DEVICE=K:\OS2\BOOT\OS2CDROM.DMD /Q
IFS=K:\OS2\BOOT\CDFS.IFS /Q
DEVICE=K:\OS2\MDOS\VCDROM.SYS
BASEDEV=IBMIDECD.FLT
DEVICE=K:\OS2\MDOS\VMOUSE.SYS
DEVICE=K:\OS2\BOOT\POINTDD.SYS
DEVICE=K:\OS2\BOOT\MOUSE.SYS
DEVICE=K:\OS2\BOOT\COM.SYS
DEVICE=K:\OS2\MDOS\VCOM.SYS (1,3F8,4)
CODEPAGE=437,850
DEVINFO=KBD,US,K:\OS2\KEYBOARD.DCP
DEVICE=K:\MMOS2\JAZZDD.SYS /I:5 /D:1 /E:5
/T:330 /Q:10 /P:220 /N:JAZZ1$
DEVICE=K:\MMOS2\AUDIOVDD.SYS JAZZ1$
SET MMBASE=K:\MMOS2;
SET DSPPATH=K:\MMOS2\DSP;
SET NCDEBUG=4000
DEVICE=K:\MMOS2\SSMDD.SYS
DEVICE=K:\MMOS2\R0STUB.SYS
REM FaxFaxFaxFaxFax -- Please do not
modify this group of lines
IOPL=FxPrint
DEVICE=K:\FaxWorks\Fmd.sys L
REM FaxFaxFaxFaxFax -- FaxWorks for OS/2
SET UMPATH=K:\VIEWER\DATA;
SET WORKPLAC=K:\VIEWER
SET VIEWER=K:\VIEWER
DEVICE=K:\OS2\APPS\SYSIOS2.SYS
SET ETC=k:\tcpip\etc
SET TMP=k:\tcpip\tmp
DEVICE=k:\tcpip\bin\inet.sys
DEVICE=k:\tcpip\bin\ifndisnl.sys
DEVICE=k:\tcpip\bin\vdostcp.vdd
DEVICE=k:\tcpip\bin\vdostcp.sys
RUN=k:\tcpip\bin\cntrl.exe
RUN=k:\tcpip\bin\vdosctl.exe
SET IBMWORKS_INI=k:\IBMWORKS
REM BASEDEV=CPQDISP0.SYS
REM SET VIO_CPQ=DEVICE(CPQVGA,CPQBVH)
REM DEVICE=K:\OS2\MDOS\CPQVVD.SYS
SET
CLASSPATH=k:\NETSCAPE\njclass.zip;K:\JAVAO
S2\lib\jempcl10.zip;.\.;
SET
ULSPATH=K:\LANGUAGE\CODEPAGE;K:\LANGUAGE
DEVINFO=SCR,VGA,K:\OS2\BOOT\VIOTBL.DCP
DEVINFO=SCR,BGA,K:\OS2\VIOTBL.DCP
SET VIO_SVGA=DEVICE(BVHVGA,BVHSVGA)
SET VIDEO_DEVICES=VIO_SVGA
DEVICE=K:\OS2\ATI0.SYS
DEVICE=K:\OS2\ATIM64.SYS
DEVICE=K:\OS2\VAD64.SYS
DEVICE=K:\OS2\MDOS\VSVGA.SYS
RUN=k:\os2\cache.exe
REM *********** BackMaster tape drivers
start here *********
DEVICE=K:\BACKMAST\FTDVR.SYS
REM DEVICE=K:\BACKMAST\TC15DVR.SYS
REM DEVICE=K:\BACKMAST\PTDVR.SYS
REM DEVICE=K:\BACKMAST\TTDVR.SYS
REM DEVICE=K:\BACKMAST\MSRASPI.SYS
REM BASEDEV=OS2ASPI.DMD
REM *********** BackMaster tape drivers
stop here  *********


Will that help?

Sometimes the error occurs on "send mail"
in Netscape 2.02.

Thanks again,

Mark

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liorCommented:
I just want to make sure I understand exactly when it happens.  It happens occasionaly when running different softwares.  It's not some software that always causes the error.  Like is there a procedure you can do that will always end up with you getting that error?  
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Open a DOS screen and do DEBUG (ENTER), D 40:0 (ENTER).  This will display information, I want to know what is the first line 0040:0000 XX XX XX XX XX XX....  It should look like
0040:0000 F8 03 F8 02 E8 03 E8 02 - XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX
Do q (Enter) to quit Debug.  

What type of computer do you have and is it networked?
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mbruffeyAuthor Commented:
Hi Lior!

You are right; NOT always the same
software application causes the problem.

Debug reports:

0040:0000  F8 03 00 00 00 00 00 00-78 03
BC 03 78 02 C0 9F

on the first line.

My computer is:

Compaq Despro P75 (upgraded to P90)
MiniTower
32 megs Siemens 50ns ram
US Robotics PNP Modem
Generic Sound/Midi Card
Ditto Dash Tape Card
ATI Mach64 Video card
Seagate 2.1 gig hd
Quantum 730 meg hd (both on primary
controller)
CD Rom

I'm running 1020 x 764, 65,000 colors vid.

I'm Now using Warp3 FP29, which I just
installed.  The problem seems to have
alleviated somewhat since I installed the
ATI ver 3.1 drivers.  I came across both
the ATI drivers and FP29 AFTER my initial
posting of this question.  I still
hesitate to call the matter fixed, if you
know what I mean.

Thanks again for your interest and help.

Mark Bruffey
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liorCommented:
Ok I got some info back on your trap, it's a video memory error.  Otherwise known as bad
addressing during a page write.  This happens often when you're running a windows program in
OS/2.  Updating the drivers for your video card may solve the problem, running in VGA will solve
the problem or opening Full screen windows might
do it.

Sorry I couldn't give you a more specific answer, I ran the trap error by a few ppl and
they came up with the same answer.
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AzazeelCommented:
Hi,
    I ran the TRAP D through the analyzer and it came back with the following.  CS:EIP=9db3000 (*NONE* 0x9BDDE000), not a lot of help there.  CSLIM=00004a17 (16 bit piece of code), not found.  Internal Processing Error with TRAP D: ##0160:fff568b4-000d:a8b4  ( ApDemSVC + 0x78  ## DOS Emulation ).

With the above information and the information from the other experts, I would see if either Compaq or IBM has new DOS Drivers for your Video Adapter, or do a selctive install of the DOS-WIN/OS2 drivers.  

Hope this helps.
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