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d0z



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d0z
Fresh crashes every time I try to compile at Offset: 000010c3. I just reinstalled XP so I haven't upgraded to sp2 yet.
Post 11 Oct 2005, 20:16
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decard



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well, I can compile everything fine on my WinXP SP2. But ServicePack shouldn't make any difference at all.

Does it crash on every source file? Could you provide more information, so I will be able to reproduce the bug?
Post 11 Oct 2005, 21:17
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d0z



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>>Does it crash on every source file?
Yes.

It goes through preprocessing and when it comes to parsing it crashes. Fasm works as it should though.
Tell me what information you need and I'll try get it for you.
Post 12 Oct 2005, 07:00
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d0Z wrote:

I haven't upgraded to sp2

hi, i would suggest u slipstream the SP2 into original Windows XP i386, more better.

http://www.petri.co.il/windows_2000_xp_sp_slipstreaming.htm
Post 12 Oct 2005, 09:21
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decard



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Strange, I tested it on WinXP without service packs, and it has compiled everything fine. So I can't really reproduce your crash.

Are you sure you have downloaded latest Fresh release (v1.1.F)?

If you still have this problem, please download this file: http://decard.net/fresh_test.zip. This archive contains two Fresh executables. Copy them to your Fresh directory. Try to use them to compile your files, and write here if any of these executables work. I know that it is quite primitive method, but, as I wrote, Fresh didn't crash on any computer that I tried.

Also, write what is your hardware configuration (processor, how many mbytes of ram...).
Post 12 Oct 2005, 11:13
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>>hi, i would suggest u slipstream the SP2 into original Windows XP i386, more better.
I rarely install Windows XP so I haven't bothered making such a CD.

>>Are you sure you have downloaded latest Fresh release (v1.1.F)?
Yes, and I have tried a couple of old ones too.

>>Try to use them to compile your files, and write here if any of these executables work.
Fresh didn't work but Fresh_no_cc works great. What does cc means since it works without it?

>>I know that it is quite primitive method, but, as I wrote, Fresh didn't crash on any computer that I tried.
I think it's my version of XP that's making trouble since Fresh worked on my old XP installation.
Post 12 Oct 2005, 11:29
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Fresh_no_cc doesn't collect symbols, so simply code completion is disabled in this version (cc is code completion of course).
So now I know where the problem is.
Post 12 Oct 2005, 11:38
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hi d0z, u don't have to make the CD.
copy ur xp cd files into a directory eg. d:/winxp
download the xp sp2 from internet
slipstream the sp2 with ur d:/winxp files

format c:/q
smartdrv
cd d:/winxp/i386
winnt

and u would get winxp with sp2
install from hard disk is more faster than CD :p
Post 12 Oct 2005, 23:15
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>>install from hard disk is more faster than CD :p
It is indeed but I only have a 4GB large partition for Windows, and the rest of my huge(10GB) HD are dedicated to BeOS. I only use Windows for programming.

If I get a larger HD in the future I'll keep slipstreaming in mind.
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