Unhandled exception. Why?

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Unhandled exception. Why?

Post by Chop_Suey! » 2005-11-18 07:24

All the job is well made by my oDC v5.31 untill I try to establish a connection, I mean to download something. When I give the download command, the computer produces lots of beeps, errors, not only one, but sometimes it works if I switch to oDC's window. But, at a single download, it gives an error.
Excuse me if off-topic.
Pls help :roll:
Here's the last generated exception:
Unhandled Exception
Code: c0000090
Version: 0.306
oVersion: 5.31
Os: WinXP ProSP1
Call stack info:
d:\dc\odc\odc-src\client\util.cpp(336) : Util::formatBytes
d:\dc\odc\odc-src\windows\hubframe.cpp(545) : HubFrame::onSpeaker
d:\dc\odc\odc-src\windows\hubframe.h(74) : HubFrame::ProcessWindowMessage
c:\program\microsoft visual studio .net 2003\vc7\atlmfc\include\atlwin.h(3017) : ATL::CWindowImplBaseT<WTL::CMDIWindow=0x00DED008,ATL::CWinTraits<1456406528=0x000081F4,64> >::WindowProc
USER32!0x77D43A68 : [email protected]
USER32!0x77D43B37 : [email protected]_401
USER32!0x77D43D91 : [email protected]
USER32!0x77D43DF7 : [email protected]
USER32!0x77D4D9AA : [email protected]

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Post by Carraya » 2005-11-18 07:36

What does oDC have to do with anything, anything at all on this forum... And what exactly is it you are trying to ask?
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Post by Chop_Suey! » 2005-11-18 07:37

I was thinking you could have helped me.. :roll:
At least if you could tell me where should I write this thing - in what forum? :?:

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Post by Todi » 2005-11-18 07:54

oDC has not been developed (publically, if you ask fusbar) for years. It is outdated and not bugfixed. We can't help you. I recommend downloading the newest DC++ or fulDC (more like oDC) instead.

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Post by GargoyleMT » 2005-11-18 12:59

Chop_Suey! wrote:in what forum? :?:

The developer of oDC closed down his forum over a year ago, maybe two at this point.

oDC is based on a very old DC++ version: 0.306. If you want a simliar client that keeps up with DC++ releases, try fulDC. There's no support for that client either, so if support is important to you, you ought to change clients.

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Post by ullner » 2005-11-18 21:10

GargoyleMT wrote:There's no support for that client either, so if support is important to you, you ought to change clients.
If you know Swedish, you might get support at www.directconnect.se

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Post by Todi » 2005-11-19 07:14

ullner wrote:
GargoyleMT wrote:There's no support for that client either, so if support is important to you, you ought to change clients.
If you know Swedish, you might get support at www.directconnect.se


He won't find any support for oDC there either. He should simply change his client.

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