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GPF in 602Tab when Graph used
  Posted by  Andrew Tecza  on Sunday, August 17, 2003 at 1:15:03 PM (EST)
Do they have a fix for this?
1. Open 602Tab
2. Type 10 in A1 cell
3. Type 1000 in A2 cell
4. Select both values
5. Click on the Build Graph icon
Result:
Access Violation (memory reference) Problem
  Posted by Robert Smith  on Monday, August 18, 2003 at 10:22:13 AM (EST)
worked fine for me. Access violations are usually memory issues. I'd make sure you're 1.) meeting the system requirements, 2.) close down all other open programs 3.) check for windows updates, and 4.) reinstall if nothing else helps.
  Posted by Andrew Tecza  on Monday, August 18, 2003 at 10:17:06 PM (EST)
After being persistent, and keep killing 602Tab and reopening it back again it stooped giving me that error. Scary! From
the code it looked like a "wild" pointer has been referenced in the graph dll. Although, it has been a while when I looked
at the Assembly language. I will keep you posted if I spot the problem again this time with more complete recipe to reproduce.
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