7.5PB1: Crash when starting MRT

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7.5PB1: Crash when starting MRT

Post by *m^2 » 2009-05-14, 10:49 UTC

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Total Commander
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Error reading MoreButton.Glyph.Data: Out of system resources.
Please report this error to the Author,
with a description of what you were doing when this error occurred!
Continue execution?

Delphi exception: EReadError

Stack trace:

7D4E237E  00413E10  7D9472D6  7D947566

024F0D56  024F0D56  7D947504  7D94AEE7

024F0D56  024F0D4E  7D94AF0D  004427F5

00413E10  7D9472D6  7D947566  024F0D49

7D947504  7D94778B  024F0D49  7D94AD75

7D94AB84  004193C9  004193F4  004195AE

0068EFAC  0068EFC7  7D4E7D40  
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Yes   No   
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Trace of my last activities:
-I unpacked a rar archive (I have TC configured to use unrar.exe), entered the directory, selected some files and pressed Ctrl+M. Then I got the message. I have no idea what does "Out of system resources" mean, the computer is lightly loaded.

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Post by *m^2 » 2009-05-14, 10:51 UTC

I clicked "yes" to continue execution, pressed Ctrl+M again and it worked.

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Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2009-05-14, 16:15 UTC

This exception is created by Delphi when it fails to load a resource like (in this case) a bitmap. It either means that Windows was running out of resources, or that Windows couldn't access the totalcmd.exe file for some reason:
- TC is installed on a network drive, and the network is down
- A virus scanner is blocking access to totalcmd.exe
- There was a read error in the file (bad disk or cable)
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Post by *m^2 » 2009-05-14, 16:42 UTC

Not A, not B. C - never had any problems. But I'll check it.

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