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GwenButler January 20th, 2015 10:57 PM

Visual C++ Running Time Error
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Please help!

I thought by upgrading to a new version of Microstudio (I am now using version 4.30), I would overcome this error.

I installed the upgrade software and when I start the application it immediately begins a process which appears to be accessing each KMA in my song database before it abruptly terminates. (vVisual C++ Running Time Error).

See attachment for abend screen details.

Thanks in advance.

Roy Dennis January 21st, 2015 06:13 AM

Re: Visual C++ Running Time Error
I recon you have a faulty file or folder causing this. Try loading single folder at a time until you find the faulty folder.

If you want to know how watch this video:

I made it to show someone else something but if your not sure how to view individual folders it should help you. :w

GwenButler January 21st, 2015 07:17 AM

Re: Visual C++ Running Time Error
You're a gem! Thanks so much for all of the superb support you provide.

Hope you have a fabulous day!

Roy Dennis January 21st, 2015 07:53 AM

Re: Visual C++ Running Time Error
Best check that is the problem first before thanking me :w:g

The hard bit will be when you find the bad folder, trying to find the bad file in it.

GwenButler January 22nd, 2015 08:05 PM

Re: Visual C++ Running Time Error
Strange results to report.....When using the recommended procedure of "sub-dividing" my KMA files into separate folders which I scanned individually I was able to successfully scan ALL KMAs.

Since I only use MicroStudio to create CDs of songs I have either downloaded from the Internet or songs where I have added lyrics, this "work around" satisfies my need.

Not sure why executing the scan against the KMAs folder I use to support my Hoster software returns different, unsuccessful scan results.

I was able to search for and find everything I wanted, and verified recently added songs were found--I am good to go.

Thanks again.

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