Brian, I am using Protel 99SE sp6. The operation systems is Window 2000. I
have over 500 mb of Ram. Tried to load a netlist to a new PCB document.
There is no warning for the netlist report. I am not sure what I should do
to solve the problem. Do you have any suggestion?

-----Original Message-----
From: Brian Sherer [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Tuesday, April 16, 2002 3:59 PM
To: Protel EDA Forum
Subject: Re: [PEDA] FW: Access violation -- Is it a Protel bug?


Shuping, I've had similar problems in Protel'98 which were
traced to duplicate Identifiers giving duplicate pins; apparently
causing a database that was too large for either Protel or my
machine to handle in available memory. Something similar
happened reloading a netlist to an existing layout having many
layers and many overlapping planes, some of them tied to the
same net. But I'd suspect the netlist itself having duplicate
Identifiers first. It only takes one.

Brian

At 03:23 PM 4/16/02 -0700, you wrote:
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> -----Original Message-----
>From:  Shuping Lew [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
>Sent:  Tuesday, April 16, 2002 2:51 PM
>To:    '[EMAIL PROTECTED]'
>Subject:       Access violation -- Is it a Protel bug?
>
>I tried to load a netlist file to PCB. It has over 1,100 components. I
>receiced a warning of access violation. It says: Access Violation at
address
>OF086CC6 module.... Exception Occurred in PCB: Netlist...
>
>I had the same problem months ago. There were about 900 components in that
>netlist file. I finally used Update PCB instead of Load Netlist. It worked
>out fine. This time I do not have luck...
>
>Is it a Protel bug? Can Protel handle big boards over 1000 components? Does
>anybody have the same problem?  Any work around?
>
>Thank you for any help!
>
>Shuping
>
>Quintron Systems, Inc
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