2007-08-31 19:17:02 UTC
subscription expired) for some months, but lately I find a strange
When the WPS starts, sometimes it gets lock repeating a loop of the
startup sound while the pointer freezes with the clock cursor.
Sometimes it stays there, sometimes it goes on to a trap:
In one of the cases, I took a snapshot of the screen. Here you have
some of the data of the trap screen:
TRAP 0008 ERRCD=0000 ERACC=**** ERLIM=********
EAX=00000090 EBX=ffdd27b4 ECX=00000000 EDX=00000000
ESI=fa290160 EDI=fdc7efb4 EBP=00000006 FLG=00012087
CS:EIP=1200:00002ca7 CSACC=009b CSLIM=000077a8
SS:ESP=0090:00000002 SSACC=0093 SSLIM=000001ff
DS=0160 DSACC=c093 DSLIM=ffffffff CR0=8001001b
ES=0160 ESACC=c093 ESLIM=ffffffff CR2=fdc7efbc
FS=0000 FSACC=**** FSLIM=********
GS=0000 GSACC=**** GSLIM=********
The system detected an internal processing error at
location ##0168:fff1da1f - 000e:ca1f.
Internal revision 14.103a_W4
The system is stopped. Record all the above information
contact your service representative.
Strangely this trap screen is so similar to the one at
) that I pasted it and rewrote the different values.
However at n.p.mozilla.os2 it is attributed to Mozilla plugins.
Other times I have got CSLIM:ffffffff.
When I hit reset, in some rare occasions the next start proceeds to a
working WPS, but it mostly keeps locking. It could be related to the
INIs, because I have find that if I go back to a certain version of
the INIs, I will have a working WPS, however running Checkini,
Cleanini, Iconomize or FPos to fix the INIs does not guarantee a
working session after I close.
I have also tried shuffling some of the icons in the Startup folder
but it does not seem to have an influence. Currently I have: TCP/IP
startup, CAD-Popup, XCenter, Scheduler Helper, MMOS2 Updater,
LSwitcher, Removable Device Monitor 1.2.
Following some similar messages on the Internet I have updated to the
latest DaniS506 (1.8.1) and I activated UltraDMA5, but I don't see any
Some idea on what is causing these errors?
(I am going to post this also in news://news.ecomstation.com,
apologies to those seen it more than once)