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Extensions manager crashes
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May 4, 2001, 04:25 PM
 
Having problems with extension manager in 9.1. It won't switch configs, and sometimes, won't even start up without crasing the whole computer; tried trashing prefs, replacing prefs from another system folder, replacing extensions manager, etc. Any was to just install this fresh from system disk? Or will this likely not work either?Thanks,
|Desktop:|Abit NFS7 Athlon 3200+, 1GIG RAM, DVD-R (A05) CDRW (52x), 1X200GIG, 1X160GIG, 2X120GIG, ATI Radeon 9800Pro, Samsung 172x Win XP Pro SP2
|Laptop:| Powerbook G4 12" 1.33ghz AE BT 768MB 10.3
|Laptop 2:| Compaq 1050CA 1.4ghz Centrino 512MB Win XP Home
     
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May 4, 2001, 05:10 PM
 
Try increasing Extensions Manager's memory allocation.

To do this, open up the information window. Go to the Memory section and increase the number in the Preferred size box.

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May 4, 2001, 07:36 PM
 
I get a type one error - is that the type for memory problems?
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P.S. works fine in Classic when I specify to start up with extension manager.
|Desktop:|Abit NFS7 Athlon 3200+, 1GIG RAM, DVD-R (A05) CDRW (52x), 1X200GIG, 1X160GIG, 2X120GIG, ATI Radeon 9800Pro, Samsung 172x Win XP Pro SP2
|Laptop:| Powerbook G4 12" 1.33ghz AE BT 768MB 10.3
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May 5, 2001, 01:04 AM
 
Error number 1 is a bus error. What this means is that the computer tried to access memory that does not physically exist. You may be able to fix it by increasing the memory allocation. To do this, see my previous post (number 30.)

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