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#1 anssi

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Posted 15 April 2007 - 03:21 AM

Out of the blue my System Architect wouldnīt start one day.
I get Microsofts error reporting notice, but thats it.

When looking at EventViewer (eventvwr.exe) this is what it says:

--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Source: .NET Runtime 2.0 Error Reporting
Class: 5000

EventType clr20r3, P1 systemarchitect.exe,
P2 1.30.0.0, P3 4582e5d3, P4 systemarchitect,
P5 1.30.0.0, P6 4582e5d3, P7 86e, P8 dc,
P9 system.typeinitialization, P10 NIL.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------

When searching Google for this error Iīve noticed that
Iīm not the only one with this kind of problem. I havenīt found
anyone having the same with System Architect though. And no solution there.

So, the problem has something to do with .NET Framework.
Thatīs all i know.

I realize this is propably an OS problem and could be solved by
reinstalling OS, but I really wouldnīt want to do that. Itīs a weeks project
to get everything back the way it was.

I have a fairly new JBL VRX932 rig with I-Tech amps and XTiīs as
monitor amps. Since I havenīt done many gigs with it yet it would be
almost essential to have PC control for the amps (I use internal Xovers,
EQīs etc..).

thanks for any help!

-anssi

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Posted 18 April 2007 - 12:47 PM

We are not sure exactly might be causing the error other than .NET is generating it. I discussed this with one of our engineers and we suggest that you go into the Windows Control Panel and using the "Add Remove Programs" uninstall the .NET Framework.
Then reinstall the Microsoft .NET Framework. The .NET Framework installer is available to download from either Microsoft or Harman Pro at:
Harman Pro/HiQnet

#3 anssi

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Posted 21 April 2007 - 07:10 PM

QUOTE(DGlass @ Apr 18 2007, 04:47 PM)  
We are not sure exactly might be causing the error other than .NET is generating it. I discussed this with one of our engineers and we suggest that you go into the Windows Control Panel and using the "Add Remove Programs" uninstall the .NET Framework.
Then reinstall the Microsoft .NET Framework. The .NET Framework installer is available to download from either Microsoft or Harman Pro at:
Harman Pro/HiQnet


Done that now. Didnīt help.

I removed all Frameworks versions and reinstalled after booting the computer.
When I got to Framework 2.0 I installed System Architect 1.3 R2 (before any
Framework 2.0 updates). After trying that i installed rest of Framework updates.
No change.

#4 anssi

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Posted 24 April 2007 - 06:02 PM

QUOTE(anssi @ Apr 21 2007, 11:10 PM)  
QUOTE(DGlass @ Apr 18 2007, 04:47 PM)  
We are not sure exactly might be causing the error other than .NET is generating it. I discussed this with one of our engineers and we suggest that you go into the Windows Control Panel and using the "Add Remove Programs" uninstall the .NET Framework.
Then reinstall the Microsoft .NET Framework. The .NET Framework installer is available to download from either Microsoft or Harman Pro at:
Harman Pro/HiQnet


Done that now. Didnīt help.

I removed all Frameworks versions and reinstalled after booting the computer.
When I got to Framework 2.0 I installed System Architect 1.3 R2 (before any
Framework 2.0 updates). After trying that i installed rest of Framework updates.
No change.


Glad to notice theres a new release of System Architect, 1.40 R1. Seems to work fine so far!

Anyway, DGlass, thanks for help.