Old 11-23-2006, 04:57 AM   #1
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Question I/O Error 145

This was a one off error that ocurred straight out after the newest 3.4.2 was installed over the 3.4 version (previous), finish installation and Flash FXP will continue to run the program after install, click finish or next whatever it is and as soon as Flash FXP was open the I/O error pop up was displayed.

The error is not displayed any subsequente times when starting Flash FXP.

Flash FXP ran as per usual did not notice any errors or issues but I wasnt using havent used so far just ran it.
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Old 11-23-2006, 10:52 AM   #2
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Did the error appear on the crash dialog that allows you to submit crash reports?
I was unable to find any matching crash reports.

If not can you please check your FlashFXP folder for a bugreport.txt file.
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Old 11-23-2006, 04:24 PM   #3
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Hello Bigstar

No it did not appear on the Crash report dialog since Flash FXP did not crash doe it have to crash so it gathers and reports such info?

It merely finish instalation of new version and displayed I/O error 145 as Flash FXP started immediatly after it finished instalation. Program never crashed, it remained open and working (I did not transfer anything)

As for the bugreport.txt there is nothing there except a install log

Find it here for a whole month

http://pastebin.com/831648

Thats it really...
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