Exchequer Errors on Windows XP

using exchequer on windows xp and getting the following errors in the event logs ;

error 4097 Dr Watson

The application, T:\entrprse\entrprse.exe, generated an application error The error occurred on 11/03/2004 @ 15:28:34.340 The exception generated was 80000007 at address 00000000 (<nosymbols>)

also error 1000 application hang

Hanging application EXCEL.EXE, version 11.0.6355.0, hang module EXCEL.EXE, version 11.0.6355.0, hang address 0x004a68e7

anyone using this application and have any idea what these errors mean? have already checked eventid.net
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If this is Exchequer Enterprise from the UK, has the vendor certified the program as compatible with XP?

Could it be related to using the OLE link from Exchequer to Excel?

This sounds like a question that should be directed to the support line.


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