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Access Violation in groupwise

By paul681 ·
We have Netware 5.1 SBS sp3 with GW 5.5 sp4.
On my win2k prof workstation I am getting Access violations evertime I open GroupWise.
I have installed the winnt messaging system.
I have tried uninstalling the messageing and GW then reinstalling.
The log file shows:

Event Type: Information

Event Source: DrWatson

Event Category: None

Event ID: 4097

Date: 5/31/2002

Time: 8:27:41 AM

User: N/A

Computer:

Description:

The application, release\GrpWise.exe, generated an application error The error occurred on 05/31/2002 @ 08:27:41.361 The exception generated was c0000005 at address 005B247C (<nosymbols>)

It givesthe same address every time. Could this be a memory Problem????

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by jonelle76_2000 In reply to Access Violation in group ...

What is the order of the installation? WinNT Messaging System needs to be installed before installing GroupWise.
Also visit Novell's site and download the latest WNTMS file because the WNTMS on the Novell client disk is not for W2K workstations.
You should also update the novell client if you are still on 3.x, they're at 4.8x now. The older client came out before W2K

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by paul681 In reply to Access Violation in group ...

I have done all of that.
I recently found if someone else logs onto my computer GW is fine.
When I log on it crashes.
I have tried deleting the win2k profile then recreateing it.
So far it is ok but time will tell.

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by edb In reply to Access Violation in group ...

Check mapi32.dll if it is corrupt or the wrong one it will give you lots of grief.

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by paul681 In reply to Access Violation in group ...

I have figured out the problem
I had to recteate my user db.
after that I was all set

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