system exception: access violation


A

AJ

I am trying to make changes to a website and I keep
getting the following message: system exception: acess
violation. I have the right user name/password and can
open it and access the web pages from my work computer
(Frontpage 2000) but not with my home computer on
Frontpage 2002.

Any suggestions?
 
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S

Stefan B Rusynko

Have you tried the usual repairs in the sequence below:
1) In Windows Explorer Find and delete all FP Temp Files
Usually in C:\WINDOWS\Temp and %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Temp
- in FP 2003 you need to look in the super hidden folder
%USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\FrontPageTempDir
2) In Windows Explorer Find and delete all hidden *.web files
Usually in %USERPROFILE%\Application Data\Microsoft\Web Server Extensions\Cache
3) Run a Repair on IE
(see http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=318378 )
4) Install all Service Packs for your OS, IE, MS Office and your Video card
(Windows Update and Office Update sites, plus your video card supplier site)
5) Open FP and Disable or Uninstall any FP Addins,
6) Open your FP Web/Site and run a Tools Recalculate Hyperlinks


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| I am trying to make changes to a website and I keep
| getting the following message: system exception: acess
| violation. I have the right user name/password and can
| open it and access the web pages from my work computer
| (Frontpage 2000) but not with my home computer on
| Frontpage 2002.
|
| Any suggestions?
 
G

Guest

I have this same problem. How do I find %USERPROFILE% ? Why can't I just
uninstall FrontPage then reinstall it?
 
J

JPKarlsen [FP MVP]

At a command prompt type CD %USERPROFILE% and you are there.


Regards Jens Peter Karlsen. Microsoft MVP - Frontpage.


nntp://msnews.microsoft.com/microsoft.public.frontpage.client/<[email protected]>

I have this same problem. How do I find %USERPROFILE% ? Why can't I just
uninstall FrontPage then reinstall it?



AJ said:
I am trying to make changes to a website and I keep
getting the following message: system exception: acess
violation. I have the right user name/password and can
open it and access the web pages from my work computer
(Frontpage 2000) but not with my home computer on
Frontpage 2002.

Any suggestions?

[microsoft.public.frontpage.client]
 
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S

Stefan B Rusynko

In Windows Explorer Address bar type in or paste
%USERPROFILE%
will take you to your logged in equivalent, typically
C:\Documents and Settings\YOURUSERNAME\

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| At a command prompt type CD %USERPROFILE% and you are there.
|
|
| Regards Jens Peter Karlsen. Microsoft MVP - Frontpage.
|
|
| nntp://msnews.microsoft.com/microsoft.public.frontpage.client/<[email protected]>
|
| I have this same problem. How do I find %USERPROFILE% ? Why can't I just
| uninstall FrontPage then reinstall it?
|
|
|
| "AJ" wrote:
|
| > I am trying to make changes to a website and I keep
| > getting the following message: system exception: acess
| > violation. I have the right user name/password and can
| > open it and access the web pages from my work computer
| > (Frontpage 2000) but not with my home computer on
| > Frontpage 2002.
| >
| > Any suggestions?
| >
|
| [microsoft.public.frontpage.client]
 

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