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Got a question, hope someone can answer... Is there any bring-in file iPage hosting service? Looking forward for any answer or 2. 2nd question I got is.. Everytime I try to look at the catalog/images folder contents on my machine, whatever I'm trying to use to view it crashes when I get to that folder. Or when I attempt to use one of my graphics/photo apps to open a file in that folder, each one generates an error and shuts itself down. I'm using XPpro on am amd 2400 w/512mb ram.



ANY clues would be appreciated. Thanks!.

Bbw.

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Bbw.

: 14 July 2004, 14:29..

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Yes sir! but you might want to make sure and wait for another member to confirm it as I am not completely sure. Better yet, why don't you e-mail the iPage guys because they can give you an answer better...

Comment #1

You may have a corrupt image file in the folder which is causing the issue...

Comment #2

Can't move them because nothing will stay open long enough once I hit that folder to do so. Explorer, PowerDesk, etc..

I tried "re" unzipping the original downlooad. Will try another new completely new download and see what happens and report back..

Thanks you guys!.

Bbw..

Comment #3

Well this has just been alot of fun. Here's what I did:.

Download both windows and unix versions with two different browsers - firefox and ie.

Unzipped all two different ways - one with powerdesk one with xp's explorer.

Attempted to view images folder for all new instances of osc and got the same result..

I KNOW I looked at that folder before when did my very first download and started testing it. The error that PowerDesk(just a file manager like explorer) gives me is is as follows:.

Instruction@0x77f585c0 referenced memory at "0x00000000". The memory could not be "written". Click OK to terminate program..

Photoshop and Fireworks actually let me poke around a bit and even open one or two before shutting themselves down abrubtly. Photoshop lasts longer than Fireworks. But the next time I go in, they go down much faster. It is almost like there is something clogging my mahine somewhere. Could it be memory as mentioned in the above error? Makes no sense. I will do a google search and see what I can turn up..

Any further ideas are more than welcome!.

Bbw..

Comment #4

Nothing in the MS knowledge base that I could find either. some very general info but nothing that matched my problems exactly..

I did find some mention on a board about uninstalling Photoshop and reinstalling it without it being the default program to open jps's and gif's. I will try - nothing to lose..

I need to edit some of the little graphics like the box corners etc. I'd eliminate them from the code if I knew where to do it and I could worry about this other thing later. That'll be another thread..

Bbw..

Comment #5

Well that did'er! I uninstalled Photoshop 6 and now I can deal with my images. I've had issues in the past with XPpro and PS6 not playing nice together..

Thanks y'all!.

Brooke..

Comment #6

Everytime I try to look at the catalog/images folder contents on my machine, whatever I'm trying to use to view it crashes when I get to that folder. Or when I attempt to use one of my graphics/photo apps to open a file in that folder, each one generates an error and shuts itself down. I'm using XPpro on am amd 2400 w/512mb ram. Any ideas? Should I just delete everything in that folder and start from scratch? I wanted to take a look at what images are in what folders so I would know which ones I wanted to change and/update or whatever according to the ones I would want to actually use and not use - I don't want to replace ALL of them..

ANY clues would be appreciated. Thanks!.

Bbw.

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Bbw.

: 14 July 2004, 14:29..

Comment #7

Move 1/2 of them to a new folder. See which folder crashes your app the next time. Rinse, repeat...

Comment #8


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.