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  Patrick
  All
  Mar 9, 2012 @ 12:32pm
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vfp9.exe - No Disk
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There is no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into drive \Device\Harddisk4\DR4.
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Cancel Try Again Continue
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I get this error when I run the FAA icon or awAdapterStart.app. I can click on any option, it will be displayed again. I click on any option and it goes away.

Any ideas how to avoid this message?

Patrick

Gravatar is a globally recognized avatar based on your email address. Re: vfp9.exe No Disk
  Thierry Nivelet (FoxInCloud)
  Patrick
  Mar 13, 2012 @ 02:32am
"I can click on any option, it will be displayed again."
"I click on any option and it goes away."

Trying to figure out what that means...

Could you by any chance post a screen shot of the debugger window when the error occurs?
Please make sure locals and call stack windows are visible.

Posting an image in a post is explained in another post of mine

Thanks


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vfp9.exe - No Disk
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There is no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into drive \Device\Harddisk4\DR4.
---------------------------
Cancel Try Again Continue
---------------------------


I get this error when I run the FAA icon or awAdapterStart.app. I can click on any option, it will be displayed again. I click on any option and it goes away.

Any ideas how to avoid this message?

Patrick


-- thn (FoxInCloud)

Gravatar is a globally recognized avatar based on your email address. Re: vfp9.exe No Disk
  Patrick
  Thierry Nivelet (FoxInCloud)
  Mar 17, 2012 @ 09:22am
I can press Cancel, Try Again, or continue. The message is shown a second time. If I press Cancel, Try Again, or continue again the FAA program loads.




"I can click on any option, it will be displayed again."
"I click on any option and it goes away."

Trying to figure out what that means...

Could you by any chance post a screen shot of the debugger window when the error occurs?
Please make sure locals and call stack windows are visible.

Posting an image in a post is explained in another post of mine

Thanks


---------------------------
vfp9.exe - No Disk
---------------------------
There is no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into drive \Device\Harddisk4\DR4.
---------------------------
Cancel Try Again Continue
---------------------------


I get this error when I run the FAA icon or awAdapterStart.app. I can click on any option, it will be displayed again. I click on any option and it goes away.

Any ideas how to avoid this message?

Patrick


Gravatar is a globally recognized avatar based on your email address. Re: vfp9.exe No Disk
  Thierry Nivelet (FoxInCloud)
  Patrick
  Mar 19, 2012 @ 08:04am
You probably have a drive letter without a physical drive.
If so, this a Windows issue we can hardly workaround
You may try to remove the useless drive letter.


I can press Cancel, Try Again, or continue. The message is shown a second time. If I press Cancel, Try Again, or continue again the FAA program loads.



"I can click on any option, it will be displayed again."
"I click on any option and it goes away."

Trying to figure out what that means...

Could you by any chance post a screen shot of the debugger window when the error occurs?
Please make sure locals and call stack windows are visible.

Posting an image in a post is explained in another post of mine

Thanks


---------------------------
vfp9.exe - No Disk
---------------------------
There is no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into drive \Device\Harddisk4\DR4.
---------------------------
Cancel Try Again Continue
---------------------------


I get this error when I run the FAA icon or awAdapterStart.app. I can click on any option, it will be displayed again. I click on any option and it goes away.

Any ideas how to avoid this message?

Patrick




-- thn (FoxInCloud)

Gravatar is a globally recognized avatar based on your email address. Re: vfp9.exe No Disk
  Patrick
  Thierry Nivelet (FoxInCloud)
  Mar 19, 2012 @ 08:24am
My computer has a media card reader for SD/XD/CF/... built in. In windows there were 4 drive letters assigned (by default I assume) to these "drives".

I removed the drive letters and that did allow FAA to load without error.

It is not clear to me why this error only happens with the FAA program. Is the FAA startup program checking all drive letters for some reason?


You probably have a drive letter without a physical drive.
If so, this a Windows issue we can hardly workaround
You may try to remove the useless drive letter.


I can press Cancel, Try Again, or continue. The message is shown a second time. If I press Cancel, Try Again, or continue again the FAA program loads.

Gravatar is a globally recognized avatar based on your email address. Re: vfp9.exe No Disk
  Thierry Nivelet (FoxInCloud)
  Patrick
  Mar 19, 2012 @ 09:50am
I suspect File(<file>) scans drives in Set('PATH') when <file> can't be found at its original location.
We fixed a File() path issue in awAdapterStart.prg and updated awAdapterSetUp.zip on http://foxincloud.com/ accordingly.

If you want to test, you need to download and install awAdapterSetUp.zip again.
http://foxincloud.com/exe/awAdapterSetup.zip

Thanks,


My computer has a media card reader for SD/XD/CF/... built in. In windows there were 4 drive letters assigned (by default I assume) to these "drives".

I removed the drive letters and that did allow FAA to load without error.

It is not clear to me why this error only happens with the FAA program. Is the FAA startup program checking all drive letters for some reason?


You probably have a drive letter without a physical drive.
If so, this a Windows issue we can hardly workaround
You may try to remove the useless drive letter.


I can press Cancel, Try Again, or continue. The message is shown a second time. If I press Cancel, Try Again, or continue again the FAA program loads.



-- thn (FoxInCloud)

Gravatar is a globally recognized avatar based on your email address. Re: vfp9.exe No Disk
  Patrick
  Thierry Nivelet (FoxInCloud)
  Mar 19, 2012 @ 10:49am
I download and ran the new awAdapterSetup.zip

It does not appear to change the behavior. If it is any help, the drive letter G: appears to be causing the problem. I changed that drive letter from G: to L: and it works.


I suspect File(<file>) scans drives in Set('PATH') when <file> can't be found at its original location.
We fixed a File() path issue in awAdapterStart.prg and updated awAdapterSetUp.zip on http://foxincloud.com/ accordingly.

If you want to test, you need to download and install awAdapterSetUp.zip again.
http://foxincloud.com/exe/awAdapterSetup.zip

Thanks,


My computer has a media card reader for SD/XD/CF/... built in. In windows there were 4 drive letters assigned (by default I assume) to these "drives".

I removed the drive letters and that did allow FAA to load without error.

It is not clear to me why this error only happens with the FAA program. Is the FAA startup program checking all drive letters for some reason?


You probably have a drive letter without a physical drive.
If so, this a Windows issue we can hardly workaround
You may try to remove the useless drive letter.


I can press Cancel, Try Again, or continue. The message is shown a second time. If I press Cancel, Try Again, or continue again the FAA program loads.




Gravatar is a globally recognized avatar based on your email address. Re: vfp9.exe No Disk
  Thierry Nivelet (FoxInCloud)
  Patrick
  Mar 21, 2012 @ 01:01am
found and fixed
thank you for your details


I download and ran the new awAdapterSetup.zip

It does not appear to change the behavior. If it is any help, the drive letter G: appears to be causing the problem. I changed that drive letter from G: to L: and it works.


I suspect File(<file>) scans drives in Set('PATH') when <file> can't be found at its original location.
We fixed a File() path issue in awAdapterStart.prg and updated awAdapterSetUp.zip on http://foxincloud.com/ accordingly.

If you want to test, you need to download and install awAdapterSetUp.zip again.
http://foxincloud.com/exe/awAdapterSetup.zip

Thanks,


My computer has a media card reader for SD/XD/CF/... built in. In windows there were 4 drive letters assigned (by default I assume) to these "drives".

I removed the drive letters and that did allow FAA to load without error.

It is not clear to me why this error only happens with the FAA program. Is the FAA startup program checking all drive letters for some reason?


You probably have a drive letter without a physical drive.
If so, this a Windows issue we can hardly workaround
You may try to remove the useless drive letter.


I can press Cancel, Try Again, or continue. The message is shown a second time. If I press Cancel, Try Again, or continue again the FAA program loads.




-- thn (FoxInCloud)

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