Data Verification and Error Repair Errors

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Data Verification and Error Repair Errors

  • Willing to pay for support.

    Michael G. Ellis PA

    Hollywood, FL

    305-895-2100

    thanks

     

     

    Hi Folks:

    I ran the "Look For Errors" only data verification and it found 6 errors. I then attempted the repair option and in the middle of the process

    I received:

    Address Violation Error

    System Error Code 2

    Exception C Module at Timeslip.Exe at 00040927

     

    The test stopped and the program runs normally from there (perhaps).

     

    Timeslips 2008

    One Station User

    XP3

     

     

    Message Edited by mikecpa on 03-22-2009 06:29 PM
    Message Edited by mikecpa on 03-22-2009 08:29 PM
    Message Edited by mikecpa on 03-23-2009 08:57 AM
  • If the Timeslips database is not on the same computer that you ran data verification from then you first want to make a copy of the database and bring to the local computer.

    Now do the following steps:

    1. Clear all temp files. The easiest way to do this is from start - programs - accessories - system tools - disk cleanup.

    2. Use the Search function to Search for the following files on your machine. If any are found, remove them

       - pdoxusrs.net

       - pdoxusrs.lck

       - paradox.lck

       - fulses*.*

    3. Make a copy of the Timeslips database folder for safety

    4. Go to control panel - BDE Administrator.  Click on configuration tab then expand out to go to system - init. Make sure maxfilehandles is set to at least 200. If necessary change and click on thex to exit and save changes.

    5. Reboot the computer

    6. Open Timeslips and run the data verification on the local copy of the database.

    If you still have errors, feel free to post the specifics here, call me at 203-254-7736 or contact one of the other consultants that frequents this board.

     


  • mikecpa wrote:

    Willing to pay for support.

    Michael G. Ellis PA

    Hollywood, FL

    305-895-2100

    thanks

     

     

    Hi Folks:

    I ran the "Look For Errors" only data verification and it found 6 errors. I then attempted the repair option and in the middle of the process

    I received:

    Address Violation Error

    System Error Code 2

    Exception C Module at Timeslip.Exe at 00040927

     

    The test stopped and the program runs normally from there (perhaps).

     

    Timeslips 2008

    One Station User

    XP3

     

     

    Message Edited by mikecpa on 03-22-2009 06:29 PM
    Message Edited by mikecpa on 03-22-2009 08:29 PM
    Message Edited by mikecpa on 03-23-2009 08:57 AM

    Micheal:

     

    Here's a name of a very good Timeslips Certified Consultant in Hollywood, Florida, if you would like a local, hands on consultation.  Full disclosure, she also is a VERY good friend of mine. :-) 

     

    Ms. Shari Borek
    Borek Consulting Group Inc.
    2552 N. 38th Avenue
    Hollywood Florida 33021
    954-936-7621

    sborek@borekconsulting.com

  • Thanks, Nancy. I am going to try the process that you indicated and see what happens and then from those results if you suggest using the local consultant, I will do that or any other observations that you would have. I have had some suspicious BSOD's here (all different names on 2nd line from top) and I am wondering if I have some suspect memory in the machine or other issues as well.

  • Hi Again Nancy:

    I followed the procedures in full and it had all of those files and I removed them, etc.

    The data verification found the same 6 errors (exactly same as I scrolled through and written them down Yesterday). I then ran the repair and it quit again w/Address Violation and same exact details.


  • mikecpa wrote:

    Thanks, Nancy. I am going to try the process that you indicated and see what happens and then from those results if you suggest using the local consultant, I will do that or any other observations that you would have. I have had some suspicious BSOD's here (all different names on 2nd line from top) and I am wondering if I have some suspect memory in the machine or other issues as well.


    Well, yes, BSODs are not a good sign.  You might have a bad memory stick.  But hard to test that without swapping them out.

     

    Hope this helps. 


    Nancy Duhon, Esq.
    Certified Consultant for Timeslips and Amicus Attorney
    Duhon Technology Solutions, LLC
    duhon@duhon.biz
    404-325-9779
    Providing personalized local and remote online support for Timeslips users for over 15 years.