Wow thanks!!  I would never have found that :-)  It was indeed a rogue
footprint, protel couldn't be a bit more helpful though could it ;-)  i had
to remove each footprint until it worked like you suggested.

many thanks

Rich



> Hello Richard,
> 
> I have had this problem once before and found that one of my footprints
> (SOT23) was corrupted so after updating this footprint all was okay. 
> 
> You ask how I found this?
> 
> I suggest you first check your library ddb and run a database compact and
> repair as I found my library with the corrupted footprint would produce an
> error. This may help you find which library ddb has the problem.
> 
> Then you may have to remove each footprint on the design in sequence
> checking the router each time then undo if the router still gives you the
> error. Sorry, I as Protel did not report which footprint is corrupted this
> seemed to be the only way. 
> 
> Hope this helps.
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