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"Fatal error in delete thread, aborting!"

Post by *djscan » 2013-05-22, 22:16 UTC

I marked several files and pressed DELETE. The error message appeared after the first file was deleted. Had to kill totalcmd process as it did not respond to my actions. After that, I tried again. I selected the rest of the files to delete and the bug showed up again, then I took the screenshot. (the file DSC_0002.jpg had been already deleted by the time I took the screenshot).

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Total Commander 7.50a fin
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Fatal error in delete thread, aborting!

Please report this error to the Author, with a description
of what you were doing when this error occurred!

Windows exception: C0000005
Stack trace:
00000018
688EE8 63B743 63D78A >465F15 403630
Raw:
688EE8 63B743 4A002C 4A002C 4A002C 63D78A
4A002C 4A002C 465F15 4026A4 403630
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OK
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Operating system: Win 2012 Datacenter x64 (Microsoft Windows [Version 6.2.9200])

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Post by *djscan » 2013-05-22, 22:27 UTC

Spamfilter does not let me to post the screenshot. Here is the link
pp.vk.me/c320516/v320516493/10a8/Stbw11xkiDA.jpg

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Post by *MVV » 2013-05-23, 05:43 UTC

Have you tried up-to-date TC version instead of this outdated one?

Anyway, maybe this info will be useful too.

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Post by *umbra » 2013-05-23, 05:52 UTC

Hi and sorry, but I don't think the poll is a good idea. It does not help anyone. And you could just ask that in your post. To answer that, yes, I think you mentioned everything important do diagnose that error.

Now to the point. Total Commander 7.50a is not 100% compatible with Windows 8 (and its derivatives). And a delete crash is one of the known issues. You should update your TC to version 8.01 if possible. If not, try at least version 7.57a, it fixes most of the issues without adding new features or changing TC's behavior.
Windows 7 Pro x64, Windows 8.1 Pro x64, Windows 10 Pro x64

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Post by *djscan » 2013-05-23, 06:42 UTC

Hi,
thanks for your replies. I will try the newer version of totalcmd, and the reason for me to use the older one is that there was just no necessity to switch. (The poll was a joke)

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Post by *peta303 » 2015-11-02, 18:50 UTC

I am sorry to resurrect an old thread but with people upgrading to Windows 10 this issue has reappeared.

It seems there is some interference between Windows 10 Recycle Bin and the way TC treats deleting files.

Try unchecking "F8/Del deletes to recycle bin" in TC options and everything should work fine.

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Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2015-11-05, 14:01 UTC

Yes, you either need to update to Total Commander 7.57 or newer or add the line
VistaDelete=0

to the wincmd.ini section [Configuration].
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