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"File missing or file not found" error

Usually, when you receive an error message about a missing file or file not found, the quickest most sure-fired way of correcting the problem is to reinstall the program from the original distribution disks.

If you receive an error message during the program setup, ensure you are using the most recent version. If you are installing from disc it is possible the disc may be defective.


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Error code descriptions


Here is a list a common errors and their error code numbers.

Error
Code
Description
1 Application-defined or object-defined error
2 Application-defined or object-defined error
3 Return without GoSub
4 Application-defined or object-defined error
5 Invalid procedure call or argument
6 Overflow
7 Out of memory
8 Application-defined or object-defined error
9 Subscript out of range
10 This array is fixed or temporarily locked
11 Division by zero
12 Application-defined or object-defined error
13 Type mismatch
14 Out of string space
15 Application-defined or object-defined error
16 Expression too complex
17 Can't perform requested operation
18 User interrupt occurred
19 Application-defined or object-defined error
20 Resume without error
21 Application-defined or object-defined error
22 Application-defined or object-defined error
23 Application-defined or object-defined error
24 Application-defined or object-defined error
25 Application-defined or object-defined error
26 Application-defined or object-defined error
27 Application-defined or object-defined error
28 Out of stack space
29 Application-defined or object-defined error
30 Application-defined or object-defined error
31 Application-defined or object-defined error
32 Application-defined or object-defined error
33 Application-defined or object-defined error
34 Application-defined or object-defined error
35 Sub or Function not defined
36 Application-defined or object-defined error
37 Application-defined or object-defined error
38 Application-defined or object-defined error
39 Application-defined or object-defined error
40 Application-defined or object-defined error
41 Application-defined or object-defined error
42 Application-defined or object-defined error
43 Application-defined or object-defined error
44 Application-defined or object-defined error
45 Application-defined or object-defined error
46 Application-defined or object-defined error
47 Too many DLL application clients
48 Error in loading DLL
49 Bad DLL calling convention
50 Application-defined or object-defined error
51 Internal error
52 Bad file name or number
53 File not found
54 Bad file mode
55 File already open
56 Application-defined or object-defined error
57 Device I/O error
58 File already exists
59 Bad record length
60 Application-defined or object-defined error
61 Disk full
62 Input past end of file
63 Bad record number
64 Application-defined or object-defined error
65 Application-defined or object-defined error
66 Application-defined or object-defined error
67 Too many files
68 Device unavailable
69 Application-defined or object-defined error
70 Permission denied
71 Disk not ready
72 Application-defined or object-defined error
73 Application-defined or object-defined error
74 Can't rename with different drive
75 Path/File access error
76 Path not found
77 Application-defined or object-defined error
78 Application-defined or object-defined error
79 Application-defined or object-defined error
80 Application-defined or object-defined error
81 Application-defined or object-defined error
82 Application-defined or object-defined error
83 Application-defined or object-defined error
84 Application-defined or object-defined error
85 Application-defined or object-defined error
86 Application-defined or object-defined error
87 Application-defined or object-defined error
88 Application-defined or object-defined error
89 Application-defined or object-defined error
90 Application-defined or object-defined error
91 Object variable or With block variable not set
92 For loop not initialized
93 Invalid pattern string
94 Invalid use of Null
95 Application-defined or object-defined error
96 Unable to sink events of object because the object is already firing events to  the maximum number of event receivers that it supports
97 Can not call friend function on object which is not an instance of defining class
98 A property or method call cannot include a reference to a private object, either as an argument or as a return value
99 Application-defined or object-defined error
100 Application-defined or object-defined error

 

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Cribbage has stopped responding

If your computer has stopped responding, you can look at a list of applications running and determine the problem program. To do this, hold down the [Ctrl] and [Alt] keys, then press the [Del] key (only once), this will activate the Windows "Close Program" dialog box.   The program causing the problem will say "(Not Responding)" after it. You can highlight the crashed program and click the [End Task] Button to close that particular program.  Keep in mind that closing programs this way you will not be given a chance to save your work. Once the misbehaving program has been terminated you should have full control of your system back.  If your system still doesn't act right, you should close all programs and reboot.


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Cribbage crashes while other applications are running

If Cribbage crashes on you when you have other applications running, it may be due to insufficient memory (RAM), or an insufficient memory allocation. To see how much memory your system has, go to the [My Computer] icon on your desktop, right click on it, and go to [Properties].  Under the [General] tab, on the lower right side you will see the amount of memory installed on your system.  In general, if your Pentium class system has less than 16Mb of memory, you may wish to consider upgrading the RAM. Even if you have plenty of system memory, the problem may be how it's being used.    Windows maintains two small portions of memory, or system resources, the User resources and GDI resources.  If you have Windows 98, and the Resource Meter is installed from Add/Remove Programs, you can monitor these different memory areas.  To do this, go to the [Start Menu], then [Programs], then [Accessories], then [System Tools], and select [Resource Meter].  Resource Meter will show you graphical bar representing the percent free for System Resources, User resources, and GDI resources.  If your System resources is below 50%, the program may be crashing due to inadequate resources.

 


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Cribbage crashes even if it's the only application running

If Cribbage crashes on you even when you have no other applications running, and particularly if it crashes upon a certain events, this may be due to a corrupt program file. Reinstall Cribbage Wizard from the original program distribution disks.  If this still hasn't fixed your problem, send an email to the the author support@junesoft.com. In your email, describe the problem, along with system information (CPU type, Amount of RAM, Name of Operating System, etc.) hopefully we can solve you problem in a timely manner.


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Cribbage crashes when a certain device is activated

If Cribbage crashes when you activate a certain device (such as modem, scanner, mouse, etc.) it probably due to a hardware conflict.  Hardware conflicts occur when two devices share the same I/O address, DMA channel, IRQ level.  Hardware devices cannot share those addresses. A quick way to check if any hardware conflicts exists on your system, is to open Device Manager.  Device manager can be found by right clicking the [My Computer] icon, then [Properties], then click the [Device Manager] tab.  Any hardware conflicts will show up with an explanation mark in a yellow circle.  You may learn more information about the conflict by highlighting that item, and clicking the [Properties] button, then the [Resources] tab.  For information on resolving hardware conflicts refer to your Windows documentation, see files in [C:\Windows\help] directory..


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