Received this fatal error while inserting an array without finishing spare bracket

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Hi guys,

I received this fatal error while inserting an array without finishing spare bracket. It crashed rslogix 500.

I am not sure about this problem happening with others. The current configuration of my PC is Windows XP SP 2.

Anyone having idea for the issue pleases help.

 

RsLogix 5000 Fatal Error

Fatal Error!

Application path: C:Program FilesRockwell SoftwareRsLogix5000ENUv15BinRS5000.Exe

Elapsed execution time: 1 hour, 3 minutes, & 14 seconds

Version: V15.02.00 (Release)

Source file: unknown

Line Number: -1

Function/Method: unknown

OS Version: Windows XP (Service pack 2 – Build 2600)

Thread Id: 00000844 (2116)

Error 0xc0000005 (-1073741819)

EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION – An "access violation" exception was generated.

Press OK to terminate this application

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Best Answer by Sharath Reddy
Answered By 0 points N/A #192966

Received this fatal error while inserting an array without finishing spare bracket

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Hello Hall,

To recover from that situation, you will need to purge the clipboard. To do that you will simply cut/copy some simple text, i.e. from Notepad, for you to be able to overwrite the v16 graphical rung data. If you reboot also you will be able to clear the clipboard buffer.

Regards,

Nicke

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Answered By 567105 points N/A #192967

Received this fatal error while inserting an array without finishing spare bracket

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If this is a programming tool you are using and the problem happened while you are inserting or writing other scripts or commands, I don’t think the problem is somewhat related to the validity of the commands you are inserting or using. Usually, if a program crashes due to incorrect or invalid values inserted in the program codes, it happens only after the program is executed for testing.

But here as what you said, the error or the problem happened while you are in the process of inserting commands on the software and this is not how it happens. Check again if your software is installed properly and any other required components or applications are also installed. You may simply try doing another clean installation on the program. Uninstall RSLogix 5000 then restart your computer when asked. After booting, check your computer for any possible errors. Use a disk utility application to check the system. Install the software again then monitor if it’ll crash again. You should also check if the version you are using is still compatible with your operating system. Check RSLogix 5000’s system specifications to better understand it or you may simply visit the website where you actually downloaded it for the product’s information.

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