I o error 123

Я тут сегодня уже интересовался этой ошибкой и ребята из конрференции сказали мне что возможно файл запускается в кавычках.

Но проблема на самом деле вот в чём:
есть прога accessor.exe и к ней accessor.dll дак вот в win9x/me всё нормально, а вот в win2000/xp происходит следующее: из под explorera и из под windows commandera запускается, а из под FARа нет (вот FAR мне и говорит i/o error 123).

Что нужно сделать чтобы FAR не ругался.


Zemal ( 2002-10-16 17:34 ) [1]

Чтобы FAR неругался ничего сделать нельзя, а вот если бы твоё приложение ругалось, то можно было бы перехватить это исключение и обработать как тебе надо. а вот с FAR-ом ничего немогу посоветовать :(. У меня он такого невыкидывает. Какая у тебя версия FAR-а? Может свежую поставишь?
Совет: проверь полный путь к программе, может она лежит в дирректории какой-то нетакой. проверь всю ветку папок на пути к файлу и проверь метку диска. От неправильной метки диска тоже может быть. Вот-с и всё, что можно тебе присоветовать.


блондинка ( 2002-10-16 17:45 ) [2]

Значит ты определил причину, она не в твоей программа, а в Фаре, вот его надо и исправлять.


Дремучий ( 2002-10-16 20:11 ) [3]

а из командной строки ФАРА запускать пробовал?


Дремучий ( 2002-10-16 20:12 ) [4]

Возможно путь содержит украинскую букву "i"?
Проводник тянет, а фар нет.
🙂


Delphist ( 2002-10-16 23:19 ) [5]

>как устранить i/o error 123

Конвертни ее в а/я еррор 456 и проблема рассосется сама по себе. для этого хи-и-и-и-и-и-трая конвертилка нужна.

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