07 Omnis crash in Parallels 5.0-snow leopard

Steve Farmer hts at hts.com.au
Thu Jan 14 18:33:38 EST 2010


I seem to rember you could just delete the DDL with no issues


Mike Matthews wrote:
> Hello Mike,
> Omnis 7.371 right? I didn't think it mattered what service pack you 
> had, and you could ignore the OMNI2UI message if you liked. That has 
> been my experience. So try reinstalling SP3 again after removing it 
> first perhaps. But I have had no problems like this for 
> ages/years/almost ever I think.
> Mike Matthews
> Managing Director
> Lineal Software Solutions Ltd
> Authorised Apple Reseller, Omnis Business Partner
> Tel: 01271 850 550
> Email: mike.matthews at lineal.co.uk
> Web: www.lineal.co.uk
> On 14 Jan 2010, at 00:54, Mike Ternasky wrote:
>> Hi... awhile back I wrote of crashes of Omnis 7 under parallels 5.0, 
>> snow leopard and XP. I found out the problem was that I had not 
>> installed all the service packs under xp. However, I was going good 
>> with no crashes until today. Up until today I was always starting 
>> Omnis followed by the message that I was missing OMNI2UI.DLL. I got 
>> tired of seeing the message so I found a copy of this dll and moved 
>> it into windows/system32 and then the crashes began.
>> I pulled it out and still problems. I reinstalled Omnis and no 
>> missing OMNI2UI.DLL, but still crashing.
>> The crash can occur with nothing going on, running a routine or 
>> changing some code, never the same reason.
>> When I look at the location in the crash document before Windows 
>> sends it off to somewhere it has the same offset and the addresses is 
>> always the same.
>> Is there a way to track what is going on and maybe understand why it 
>> crashes? I have the Sys(3000) with the written trace, but the results 
>> do not shed any light. I increased and tinkered with Parallels 
>> memory, but no help.
>> I was hoping someone might have a suggestion other than reinstalling 
>> parallels again.
>> Thanks for the assistance.
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