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Autocad/Invalid Page Faults/KRNL386.exe

By jdrake ·
I am running into troubles opening a file from a zip disk resulting in the following error:

ACAD caused an invalid pagte fault in
module KRNL386.EXE at 0001:00003577
Registers
EAX=00003ccfCS=0147 EIP = 00003577 EFLGS=000000282
etc. etc. etc.
Can anyone cast some definitive light on this subject and how to remedy this problem?

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by Istmaj In reply to Autocad/Invalid Page Faul ...

Question: Do you have anything else open or running? Invalid page faults occur because of several reasons:The virtual memory system becomes unstable due to a shortage of physical memory (RAM),the virtual memory system becomes unstable due to a shortage of free disk space,or the virtual memory area is corrupted by a misbehaving application or an application attempts to access data that is being modified by another running application. I suggest you check RAM, disk space etc. Sounds like you are out of resources to run the progam. Perhaps try shutting down some applications before running the disk. Good Luck!

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by jdrake In reply to Autocad/Invalid Page Faul ...

No. This is certainly not the trouble we are having. The machine in question has in excess of 9 gb free hard drive space and we have just (for this reason) gone ahead and bumped up the RAM from 128 to 256. The program is running alone with the exception of background windows apps. The general feeling is that this is a difficulty with RAM access whereby either Autocad itself is attempting to access the same portions of the RAM twice or it is having a similar conflict with another application(ie. an ActiveX control)

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by estebandelatorre In reply to Autocad/Invalid Page Faul ...

Try to copy the file to a "enought free space" drive, and then open the file from there.
This could aviod the GPF in Kernel

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