lbroderi Posted January 2, 2007 Report Share Posted January 2, 2007 Several people at our company are getting this EInvalidOp error. It is not consistent and only happens intermittently. There doesn't seem to be any particular macro or identifiable pattern to it. One possibility could be that they are sharing a .mex file from a network share? What happens if one person is running a macro while someone else is updating it? Anyway, this is the report that came out on one person's PC when the issue occured. Report: #00003 - 12/19/2006 11:07:45 AM Reported by: Unknown Platform: Windows XP Windows 5.01.2600 Service Pack 2 Memory: Total Physical: 504 MB Starting Available: 99 MB Ending Available: 67 MB Program: Macro Express Player v 184.108.40.206 Error Type: EInvalidOp Message: Invalid floating point operation Address: 0x0040C1C2 Running macro: FS Phys HotKey Steps to Reproduce or What was Happening: Call Stack: [0049F30F] [0049F1C6] [005F0881] [005D7488] [004B4BA8] [004B51E2] [0045BD01] [0046E80F] [0040C1F6] [0040C687] [00528FC0] [0059912E] [00404CA6] [005980DB] [00404CA6] [004027E1]  [005D9425] [00404CA6] [005D429F] [00404CA6] [004021BB]  [004024E8] [004027E1] [0040533D] [005B2314] [00404CA6] [005B1014] [00404CA6] [005D93F1] [00404CA6] [005D429F] [00404CA6] [004014DA]   [0040208C]  [0040686C]  [00409D86] [005D9819] [00404CA6] [005D6BF1] [00404CA6] [0046BCC8] [004F0054] [0046EB57]  [0041EEA0] [004346B4] [0046E7D4] [0046E7E9] [00429D48] [0046EB57]  [0041EEA0] [004346B4] [0046E7D4] [00404CA6] [00429D48] [005D1F1A]  [0045B9DF] [0045BA16] [0045BC36] [005F2A2B] ---------------< ISS Bug Reporter v 220.127.116.11 >--------------- Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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