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when connect ora "a general protection error in module sql16w95.dll " ?

Posted on 2004-04-22
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hi there,

I have a problem  when I try to connect the database from developer 2000, appear an error like this :
'f45des has caused a general protection error in module sql16w95.dll in 0001:1371'

and then the only choice that it gave me is exit.
what can I do?

I'm installing oracle 8i and oracle developer 2000 under windows prof 2000



thanks
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Helena Marková earned 125 total points
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I am afraid that this is a bug. I have found some work around on MetaLink site you can try (bug:2171024):
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Have confirmed that the exact same issue exists on Windows XP as on Windows 2000 and the workaround is the same:
1) remove or rename sql16w95.dll (it is not needed).
or (preferred method)
2) use the registry update script to set the windows compatibility options to allow 16 bit ofsa to work (this has been provided to support in the past).  This is adding the following values to the key       \HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\Windows  NT\CurrentVersion\Compatibility
.
OFSPA:REG_SZ:0x00200000
OFSBC:REG_SZ:0x00200000
OFSPORTA:REG_SZ:0x00200000
OFSTP:REG_SZ:0x00200000
OFSRM:REG_SZ:0x00200000
PLUS33:REG_SZ:0x00200000
ORPING:REG_SZ:0x00200000
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