Posted by Marcelo on November 06, 1997 at 22:02:41:
In Reply to: Re: Re: Invalid Page Fault in Kernel32.dll posted by Ken Hecker on November 06, 1997 at 21:45:01:
: : : NaturallySpeaking seems to run okay on my system (Cyrix 6x86 P166 with 32 mb RAM) except when I close the program. An illegal operation message appears. Also, if I check the Microsoft System Monitor it shows that after using NS, the kernel usage remains at 100% all the time. I do not have this problem with any other software. System, User, and GDI resource stats are all okay with anywhere from 80% to 95% for the various categories. Does anyone have any experience or ideas on what is causing this?
: : : NATSPEAK caused an invalid page fault in
: : : module KERNEL32.DLL at 014f:bff79888.
: : : Registers:
: : : EAX=00e8085c CS=014f EIP=bff79888 EFLGS=00010206
: : : EBX=00000001 SS=0157 ESP=01d4f774 EBP=01d4f788
: : : ECX=c10a3a54 DS=0157 ESI=00e8085c FS=1357
: : : EDX=bffbf9e0 ES=0157 EDI=653b355c GS=0000
: : : Bytes at CS:EIP:
: : : 83 3e 04 74 10 6a 00 6a 00 6a 00 68 05 00 00 c0
: : : Stack dump:
: : : 65340000 6535023c 00e8085c 00000001 65340000 00000000 6534fba8 00000019 00000000 00000001 65340000 00000001 00000000 00000000 00000001 00000001
: : Same problem with a Sager Notebook P233 with 64meg. No other problems. firstname.lastname@example.org
: I'm having this problem with Paint Shop Pro 4.14. Every time I do a Browse of graphics files (produces a collection of thumbnails), a browse of more than a few files causes an IPF in KERNEL32.DLL. HP has not been of any help in this. They've suggested reloading Win95, all the software that came with the Pavilion, removing my ATI All-in-Wonder board, and removing Partition Magic. I've done all this, and things are worse than ever. The processor (200MHz MMX Pentium) does not have a fan, but a huge heat sink.
: Ken Hecker (email@example.com)
There is an updated kernel32.dll file from microsoft that might
correct the problem.
You will have to go to www.microsoft.com and download the updated file.
Then just rename the old kernl32.dll and copy the new one.
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