Problems Running MS Visual C++ Pro 6.0 under WIN2K
Posted on 2002-07-08
I'm not sure if this is the correct area to post this, but........
Yesterday, I installed Micorsoft's Visual C++ Professional version 6.0 onto my Windows 2000 Professional partition. The installation goes smoothly and I go to launch it. I receive the following error message:
"The instruction at "0x5168307d" referenced memory at "0x00000000". The memory could not be "written". Click OK to terminate
Click Cancel to debug the program"
Since this is a Microsoft product attempting to run under another Microsoft product, I went to their site. I could not find anything there.
I also notice from time to time that Visual Basic 6.0 SP5 "freezes" when I go to launch it.
Do I have some sort of memory allocation problem going on here? I have a dual-boot with WIN2K and Windows XP Home edition and I have 512 Mb of DDR SDRAM in this machine.