On 16/02/2017 11:06, Peter Uhnak wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> recently (couple of days ago) sometimes when I start Pharo there's a box at 
> the bottom "Debug console" with the following info
> 
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> # Debug console
> # To close: F2 -> 'debug options' -> 'show output console'
> # To disable: F2 -> 'debug options' -> 'show console on errors'
> LoadLibrary(SurfacePlugin) (998: Invalid access to memory location.
> 
> )
> LoadLibrary(SurfacePlugin.dll) (998: Invalid access to memory location.
> 
> )
> LoadLibrary(SurfacePlugin) (998: Invalid access to memory location.
> 
> )
> LoadLibrary(SurfacePlugin.dll) (998: Invalid access to memory location.
> 
> )
> LoadLibrary(SurfacePlugin) (998: Invalid access to memory location.
> 
> )
> LoadLibrary(SurfacePlugin.dll) (998: Invalid access to memory location.
> 
> )
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> 
> I have Windows 10 & VM Version: Cog Spur VM 5.0 (release) from Feb  3 2017 
> (downloaded from files.pharo.org)
> 
> This error results in Athens (and Roassal) not working, although Pharo itself 
> seems fine.
> 
> Reopening the image has no effect, and the only resolution is to do a system 
> reboot.
> 
> 
> There is also crash.dmp from Feb 12 (possibly the day it started) containing
> 
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> Sun Feb 12 23:10:24 2017
> 
> Exception code: C0000005
> Exception addr: 0040BDD0
> Access violation (write access) at 00AFF43C
> EAX:FFFFFFFF  EBX:74329850    ECX:549D7EBE    EDX:00AFF43C
> ESI:74315F70  EDI:00489DB9    EBP:0887FF94    ESP:0887FF54
> EIP:0040BDD0  EFL:00010206
> FP Control: 0000027F
> FP Status:  00000000
> FP Tag:     0000FFFF
> 
> 
> Crashed in some other thread
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> 
> Makes me wonder whether the SurfacePlugin.dll didn't somehow get corrupted... 
> but then again there's no modification date change on the dll file, nor would 
> it explain why rebooting fixes it.
> 
> Thanks,
> Peter
> 

Hi,

I got the same problem with the latest vm some weeks ago on Windows 7.
It vanished by downloading a new vm some days after.

I did not try with the current latest. I'll maybe have the time to try
this week end.

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