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Dr. Watson exception violation C0000005

Posted on 2000-09-14
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I have a problem in using of DHTML Project in Visual Basic 6.0.
When I create a new project and try to view the DHTML page designer,
I receive the Dr. Watson exception violation C0000005.
The log (DRWTSN32.LOG) showes:

      Application exception occurred:      
      App: VB6.dbg (pid=213)
      When: 2/14/2000 @ 14:33:10.287
      Exception number: c0000005 (access violation)

  I have the Microsoft Windows NT Workstation version 4.0 (with Service Pack 3), Microsoft Visual Studio 6.0,  Windows NT 4.0 Option Pack and
Internet Explorer 4.0.

There are no problems with other types (not DHTML) of VB projects. May somebody help me?


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Question by:Maksimuk
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by:sean_ellis
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Do you have the VS6 service packs?
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by:lochiano
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It is a shot I the dark but I would upgrade the version of IE that you have.
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You cannot use Internet Explorer 4.0.
I would recommend 5.0 at the least.
You should also consider Visual Studio Service Pack 4 and NT4 Service Pack 6
I recall others having the same problem with the IE4.0 / VB6 combination.
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