[sword-devel] errors with new sword.exe, and sword_c4.exe

DeMeulenaere, Darren sword-devel@crosswire.org
Fri, 28 Apr 2000 09:10:14 -0700


I am having the NIV search problem occuring still.  With the sword.exe, the
screen went black and then got the blue screen of death, error "fatal
exception OE has occured at 0028:C026D556 in VXD VWIN32(04) + 00001732".
With sword_c4.exe i just received an error SWORD_C4 caused an invalid page
fault in
module KERNEL32.DLL at 0137:bff857e7.
EAX=c001743c CS=0137 EIP=bff857e7 EFLGS=00010206
EBX=00000020 SS=013f ESP=01600000 EBP=01600070
ECX=81616fe0 DS=013f ESI=0a0a0a0a FS=4ec7
EDX=0a0a0a0a ES=013f EDI=00000010 GS=0000
Bytes at CS:EIP:
53 56 89 4d f8 57 8b 41 40 8b 75 08 89 45 ec 83 
Stack dump:
00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 

I am also not able to display Esther in NIV and NASB.

I am running this on a Win95b system with 64 megs of ram and a pentium


>         For the last week I've been picking at RC4 to try and make it
> or
>         see if there are any other problems that I might find in code
>         I've had no luck.  Here are my conclusions:
>             I've placed a new binary of the 1.4.7 source tree compile with
>         CBuilder4.  Please see if this behaves any better for any bug that
> you
>         still see in RC4.  The 2 URLS are as follows:
> xe
> 4.exe
>         The former is the old RC4.  You may want to redownload if you're
>         sure that you have the latest (don't compare file sizes, they may
> not
>         have changed, please redownload before reporting bugs).
>         The latter is built on the previous release of CBuilder-- version
>         The only outstanding bugs of which I know, that anyone's reported
> are:
>             o searching in NIV
>             o personal commentary not working
>         Both of these work fine for me under 98a and NT4SP5.
>         I'm considering the slate clean, so please REPOST a bug report if
> you
>         find any problems in sword.exe and then also report if the same
>         erroneous behaviour occurs in sword_c4.exe
>         Thank you very much.  Also, if anyone finds that the two features
>         question above work for them, please also post this information
>         your OS info.  I'd like to confirm that it's not just me for whom
> things
>         are working well.
>         Let's get this wrapped up and send out CDs!  I can't wait to get
> things
>         finished!!!  I feel so irresponsible with the backlog of orders.
>         Everyone has been SOOOOOO helpful in this process.  I can't
> how
>         much I appreciate everyone's involvement.
>             -Troy.
>         PS.  I don't know if any of you remember my solicitation for
> as
>         I've been house hunting, but I think I've found a responsible
> at a
>         good purchase price and am trying to follow thru with all the red
> tape
>         involved.  I still appreciate your prayers.  Also, my folks are
> trying
>         to transition from fulltime employment, to opening a small
> and
>         have anxiously been awaiting word from the bank for financing.
> Again,
>         your prayer are much appreciated-- for the funds and the anxiety
>         Praise God!  He's so good.