Access Violation


D

DW

Thanks in advance for your help!
Here's the problem-
Running Windows version 98 and frontpage version 2002 the
Front page site was working fine. Then the disk "crashed"
and a new disk was installed. Windows version 2000 and
Front page version 2002 were loaded. When the existing
website was imported to a new file the error message
was "system exception: access violation" when trying to
open any existing page in the web. She has been using
Front Page to publish not an ftp. New webs can be created
without any problems. Thanks for any ideas.
DW
 
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Stefan B Rusynko

Have you tried the usual repairs
1) In Windows Explorer Find and delete all FP Temp Files
2) In Windows Explorer Find and delete all hidden *.web files
3) In Windows Explorer Find and delete the file CMDUI.PRF
4) Disable or Uninstall any FP Addins
5) Run a Repair / Reinstall on FP & IE
6) Install all Service Packs for your OS, IE, and MS Office



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| Thanks in advance for your help!
| Here's the problem-
| Running Windows version 98 and frontpage version 2002 the
| Front page site was working fine. Then the disk "crashed"
| and a new disk was installed. Windows version 2000 and
| Front page version 2002 were loaded. When the existing
| website was imported to a new file the error message
| was "system exception: access violation" when trying to
| open any existing page in the web. She has been using
| Front Page to publish not an ftp. New webs can be created
| without any problems. Thanks for any ideas.
| DW
|
|
|
 
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D

DW

I will check that all of these have been done. I think
there are a few suggeswtions that haven't been tried.-
Thanks!
-----Original Message-----
Have you tried the usual repairs
1) In Windows Explorer Find and delete all FP Temp Files
2) In Windows Explorer Find and delete all hidden *.web files
3) In Windows Explorer Find and delete the file CMDUI.PRF
4) Disable or Uninstall any FP Addins
5) Run a Repair / Reinstall on FP & IE
6) Install all Service Packs for your OS, IE, and MS Office



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