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Deja News Search Box & FP 2000

Hi

I'm trying to insert a Deja News search box into a web page using FP2000.

When I paste in the following code in text editor mode and flip back to normal view FP crashes.

Code for Deja Search Box:

<form action="http://www.deja.com/[LBURL=_LBHTwww.sterlingconsultancy.co.uk_LBFSwebman.htm,LBT=Sterling%20Web%20Man]/dnquery.xp"> Search <a href="http://www.deja.com"><img src="http://g.deja.com/gifs/deja_30x24_white.gif" width=30 height=24 alt="Deja.com" align=middle border=0></a> <b>:</b> <input type="hidden" name="DBS" value="2"> <input type="hidden" name="OP" value="ratesearch.xp"> <input type="hidden" name="ST" value="QS"> <input type="text" name="QRY" value="linking to deja"> <input type="hidden" name="svcclass" value="dncurrent"> <input type=submit value="Find"> </form>

The page fault reads:

FRONTPG caused an invalid page fault in
module MSVCRT.DLL at 017f:78001648.

I have had the same error messages when uploading with the publish button.

Q's. Is my copy of FP2000 shafted or is there an easy fix?

Has anyone else come accross this extremly uninformative error message before?

I'm going to give this 50 points. However, if the answer involves deep research I'm prepared to up the points to 200+

Best regards

Jack
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dovcampCommented:
Here is a Microsoft Knowledge base article on this type of error.  While it's not specific to FP2000 it might help.

Article ID: Q192123
<Program> Causes Invalid Page Fault Error in Msvcrt.dll

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The information in this article applies to:

Microsoft Windows 98
Microsoft Windows 95
Microsoft Windows NT Server version 4.0
Microsoft Windows NT Workstation version 4.0
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SYMPTOMS
You may receive the following error message when you run a Microsoft Visual Basic program:

Program caused an invalid page fault in module MSVCRT.DLL at xxxx:xxxxxxxx



CAUSE
This behavior can occur if you have version 6.00.8168.0 of the Msvcrt.dll file installed. This version of the file is included with Microsoft Visual Studio 6.0 and Visual Basic programs written with Microsoft Visual Studio 6.0.



RESOLUTION
To resolve this issue, download and install the Microsoft Libraries Update. For information about the availability of the Microsoft Libraries Update, please see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

Q221946 Availability of the Microsoft Libraries Update
NOTE: If you install the Microsoft Libraries Update before installing the Visual Basic program, download and install the Microsoft Libraries Update again.



MORE INFORMATION
The Microsoft Libraries Update resolves an issue that can cause some programs to behave unexpectedly after the installation of Microsoft Works Suite 99, Microsoft Encarta Encyclopedia 99 (United States only), Microsoft Encarta Virtual Globe 99, Microsoft Graphics Studio Greetings 99, or other third-party software. Affected programs include America Online (AOL) version 4.0 and HyperTerminal.

For additional information, please see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

Q190536 Invalid Page Fault in MSVCRT.DLL

Additional query words: Visual C Runtime Library hypertrm hypertrm.exe

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jackwheeliebinAuthor Commented:
Thanks for that dovcamp, could you please supply the URL of the original article I cannot find it!! (doh)

Looks like this is the fix I'll award the points now and trust you'll send the URL either here or to:

jackwheeliebin@hotmail.com

Cheers

Jack
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jackwheeliebinAuthor Commented:
Strike the last, I found the download and fixed the problem.

Thanks again

Jack
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