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Solution for the error -F45RUN32.EXE- Application error

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i have a problem with with my forms run time. all my forms r developed in forms 4.5. when i try to run those forms thro' our runtime menu. the following error message comes.

F45RUN32.EXE -Application Error

The instruction ar"0x00bd5981"referenced memory at "0x02e60fb8" . The memory could not be "read".

but pls note that these problem comes only on certain forms. rest of my forms has no problem. i even recompiled those, error giving forms. but still the problem exists.
Pls give me some solutions.

venky
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by:venkotch
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Venky,
I think Nobody can help you but you - put a debug code in the very first form's trigger (like PRE-FORM, WHEN-NEW-FORM-INSTANCE, etc.) to find the problem. Because I think the problem is somewhere in the code in your forms. It might be also wrongly used library (PLL/PLX). This will happened if during forms generation (to FMX), the attached library is not the same as the one used in run-time mode. Please re-check and confirm that you have the right library stuff in the right paths, specified in FORMS45_PATH. Of course if u don't have libraries in use, the problem could be somewhere in the code too.

Hope this can help.
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by:Avotar
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you could try to force forms to use the plx-files in stead of pll 's...

you could try to star out code you doubt will work

cancel heavy queries...

this problem occurs when there is something in your form that doens't work the way it is supposed to...
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Lacking timely response from venkat_id or contributing experts, but seeing that there is useful information here, I recommend:

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