Runtime errors?

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Zinou

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What do these mean? I've received several of these in varying programs; they almost invariably cause KERNEL32.dll to crash, right after. Are they just program glitch caused, or an actual shortcoming on the computer, or what..?

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Give the exact error message. If they are runtime 216 ones, there is a good possiblity they are caused by a subseven trojan. Others have varying causes, usually related to faulty programming code with a particular application.
 

Zinou

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It usually has "Runtime error at 000( it varies)" .. no 216's. I am using a program prone to glitchiness(trueSpace), but it's taken to glitching a lot more, lately.. :eek:
 
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There are literally thousands of "runtime" errors. Software developers use debugging tools to understand their meaning. Usually they will have both a number and an address involved.

If yours are occuring within one specific application and you have ruled out conflicts with other programs running, there is not much you can do except not run it or contact the developer to see if it is a known problem and there is a patch.

Some older programs were compiled for slower processors and do not do well with faster ones. You may also have heat, memory or processor instability issues which can cause the problem, but they would likely show up in other programs as well.

http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000380.htm
 
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