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BDE Error $210d, what does that mean?

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What does the error $210d mean, when BDE tries to initialize?
Is there somewhere a complete list of all the errors?

Thanks for answer, SKIM

 

Re:BDE Error $210d, what does that mean?


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Skim wrote:

> What does the error $210d mean, when BDE tries to initialize?

        Shared memory conflict.  Try changing the SHAREDMEMSIZE AND
SHAREDMEMLOC params in BDE admin.  4096 and 0x5BDE, respectively, work
well for me.

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> Is there somewhere a complete list of all the errors?

        Yes, there's a TI on the community site.

        HTH,

        -Craig

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Re:BDE Error $210d, what does that mean?


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> Is there somewhere a complete list of all the errors?

http://community.borland.com/article/0,1410,15283,00.html

Re:BDE Error $210d, what does that mean?


thanks for help!

"Bill" <wbe...@hq.satotravel.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:3aca12a9$1_2@dnews...

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> > Is there somewhere a complete list of all the errors?
> http://community.borland.com/article/0,1410,15283,00.html

Re:BDE Error $210d, what does that mean?


thanks for help!

"Craig Stuntz (TeamB)" <cstuntz@no_spam.vertexsoftware.com> schrieb im
Newsbeitrag news:3AC8F9D2.A6A335DC@no_spam.vertexsoftware.com...

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> Skim wrote:

> > What does the error $210d mean, when BDE tries to initialize?

> Shared memory conflict.  Try changing the SHAREDMEMSIZE AND
> SHAREDMEMLOC params in BDE admin.  4096 and 0x5BDE, respectively, work
> well for me.

> > Is there somewhere a complete list of all the errors?

> Yes, there's a TI on the community site.

> HTH,

> -Craig

> --
> Craig Stuntz (TeamB)       Senior Developer, Vertex Systems Corp.
> Delphi/InterBase weblog:   http://delphi.weblogs.com
> Use Borland servers; posts via others are not seen by TeamB.
> For more info, see http://www.borland.com/newsgroups/genl_faqs.html

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