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When ever I try and select a number (more than 1) thumbnail I get:

Program has performed an illegal operation.

Details are:

PMVIEW caused an invalid page fault in
module SHELL32.DLL at 017f:7fcb84d2.
EAX=0000003e CS=017f EIP=7fcb84d2 EFLGS=00010202
EBX=007c2f10 SS=0187 ESP=01fffb38 EBP=01fffe28
ECX=00effb00 DS=0187 ESI=007c2da8 FS=10bf
EDX=00000000 ES=0187 EDI=bff772f8 GS=0000
Bytes at CS:EIP:
80 38 5c 50 74 10 ff 74 24 08 ff 74 24 0c e8 0e
Stack dump:
7fce9542 007c2f10 0000003e 00000100 007c2da8 00000000 7fce96cd 007c2da8 007c2da8 007c2d54 01fffe28 00000000 00effbdc 7fcecec5 00000100 007c2d54

And the program ends.
What Windows version are you using?

How are you selecting the thumbnails? (Are you using the swipe select [mouse only], or CTRL/SHIFT + mouse click, or keyboard only?)

When does the crash occur? Is it enough just to click on one file and then press CTRL and click on another? Does it crash the moment you release the mouse button?

Can you easily repeat the problem, or was this just a one-time incident? If you can repeat it, please try to describe each step needed to repeat it.

Nobody else has reported this, so obviously there is something peculiar about your system or the way you're trying to select the files.


Peter Nielsen ( "If you can dream it, you can do it" JFK.

[This message has been edited by Peter (edited February 24, 2001).]
Hi Peter.

More details.

Win/98 SE. FAT partition. 1024x768 resolution. PII/650. 265m ram. ASUS motherboard.

Problem repeatable at any time.

Swipe select. Click on 1st image then move mouse over 2nd image. Cursor appears to be arrow with shadow box underneath, no selection of second image, just crash.

Keyboard only, SHIFT/cursor works OK.

CTRL/mouse click works OK.

- Al York
Have you tried this on any other system? I am almost sure this is a display driver bug...
It works flawlessly here on my IBM Thinkpad 765D, Win98SE, 166MHz, 64MB RAM, FAT, 1024x768

Upgrading the display driver will most likely solve the problem. Have you already tried this?


[This message has been edited by Peter (edited February 24, 2001).]
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