Can anyone help with a problem I'm having where I
have coded an MS Access 2003 program that has run
faithfully for years under Win XP with DirectX8 on two
different vintage laptops but now fails under
VMWare Workstation 7.0.1.
I used Acronis True Image to copy a complete image
of the laptops C drive to the virtual host. It boots
XP with no problem, runs Access with no prob. But it
dies while running my program giving the following error;
Microsoft Visual Basic
Run-time error "91":
Object variable or With block variable not set
If I select Debug, it jumps in the code to the line;
Note in the begining of the code code are the lines;
Dim di As DirectInput8
Dim diDev As DirectInputDevice8
Dim diDevEnum As DirectInputEnumDevice8
Note: On the laptops (running XP) the program runs
withOUT any problem.
It looks like you are trying to run DirectX commands. Check that the laptop supports DirectX. See http://pubs.vmware.com/workstation-10/topic/com.vmware.ws.using.doc/GUID-EA588485-718A-4FD8-81F5-B6E1F04C5788.html
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