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about fox pro on win 98 p2

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I found that foxpro 2.6 for windows
sometimes show errors when run on win 98 at Pentium II processor.

The error is " Your prog has perform an illigal opr" and the options are Ignore and cancel

I I press cancel It will show GPF's
but it still run well after I press Ignore

anyone know how to solve this? (since in the company we still must ru old s/w on foxpro)
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Go to Microsoft's support site and get the latest updates to FoxPro.  

Install the updates and try again.

If you're still having the problems, try building a new system, install your software, then retry and see if the problem occurs again.
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Hi there,

I had similar problems with a foxpro26 application we use at our company.  There are apparently problems running older applications on faster computers (perhaps 333MHz and up).

Try downloading the patch_26.exe files from:

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q240/9/82.ASP

This seemed to clear up all my problems.
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