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  • Paul a Reynolds
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    Its just the operating system that we use on the system that we sell. I hate it believe me.

    but the solution is as follows.

    Just place the application in its own DIR.
    I think because its a cut down version of 98 (lots of files deleted by hand)
    the application was running in a path dir, and thus trying to use files that were depending on other things.

    seems silly to be but its working.

    thanks foryour input.

    Paul.

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  • Chris Holbrook
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    Works OK on mine (XP) with port 7. What was Windows 98 then, some sort of old operating system? ;-}

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  • StanHelton
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    My first thought was check the HOST file in the windows directory as suggested in the manual, but it doesn't relate directly to the problem you are having.

    I don't really have any idea what's happening here, but I am interested in the answer, if anybody else has a good one.

    Stan

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  • Paul a Reynolds
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    Error 57

    Hi Guys,

    Having issue with trying to open a upd port statement. It keeps throwing up an error 57. The operating system my program is running on is a minimized windows 98 system.

    I know the code must be fine because it works until I add the file WS2_32.DLL which is needed by other applications.


    hUdp = FREEFILE
    UDP OPEN PORT %UPort AS hUdp TIMEOUT 60000
    MsgBox(str$(err) ) + $crlf+str$(%UPort )
    IF ERR Then Exit FUNCTION

    regardless of the port I open i still get 57.

    Any IDeas ?

    Paul
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