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Wannabe Geek

#1289 29-Mar-2004 23:19
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hello guyz...

Im using windows 2000 (with service pack 3) and a nokia 3660. I also have an infrared dongle. After I installed the pc suite for nokia 3660 and started an infrared connection, windows displays FATAL Exception (thread 00001416) ACCESS VIOLATION. Sometimes, the MRouterRuntime.Exe fails, and I can't use my pc suite.

Please help me on how to fix this... I need your expertise.

I really need your help guyz... thanks in advance...


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#4493 30-Mar-2004 07:38
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Do you have internal modems on this machine? Could you disable to try?



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#4496 30-Mar-2004 12:37
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i tried disabling my internal modem. after that i get connected at first. but when i use the pc suite for the second time, the ACCESS VIOLATION still occurs. I tried it again, i wasn't able to get connected again. It only happened the first time. About the mRouterRuntime error, I guess its already solved. On this ACCESS VIOLATION error is what's bugging my mind up to now. Sometimes i get connected by after i click on the file transfer application of the pc suite, the same error happens.



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#4516 1-Apr-2004 07:10
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this is just an update... I downloaded the latest pc suite from nokia and still the same errors happen. i thought that the mrouter error is already solved but i had a mistake. even though the internal modem is disabled still the mrouter and the access violation error occurs...

my mind is already boggling about this stuff... ahhhhh... i need help!

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