Compilation Error issue during development

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Hi friends,

I've got a code for the simple game build on the .Net framework platform.

I want to study the game so that I can grasp the concepts of game controls and programming.

Whenever I try to compile and run this game, it gives me following error:

Critical error occured

A Critical Error Occurred…

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Filename                             : …al studio projectsCamelDebugCamel.exe

Version                                                :  1.3

Exception                            :  c0000005

Address                                               00429bb9

Access Type                       : Write

Access Address                 : cccccccc

Registers                             : EAX=78f8f8f8 cs=001b EIP=00429bb9 EFLGS=00010246

                                                : EBX=7ffdf000 SS=0023 ESP=0012fcbc EBP=0012fe88

: ECX=0012fde4 DS=0023 ESIfae25f10 FS=003b

: EDX=cccccccc ES=0023 EDI=cccccccc CS=001B

Stack Trace                         : 0042d564 77e7eb69 00000000 00000000

                                                : 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000

Save Output                                                       Send Report          Close

I have tried to debug the possible causes, but there is not an error / warning shown in the compilation of the game. This shows that the error is a logical kind of error.

As I am not familiar with machine codes and error details given to me in the error, I am asking you people that if somebody has any idea of what this error is, please tell me.


Answered By 0 points N/A #119281

Compilation Error issue during development


Hi Micky,

Check if the game that you are running is a bit old and the Operating System of your computer is Windows XP. If that's the case, you can try this method to fix your problem:
Re-install the game using Windows 95 or Windows 98 compatibility mode – no need to change your Operating System.

  1. While inserting the game installation disk, hold down the SHIFT key.
  2. Navigate "My Computer" to browse the program setup.
  3. Right click on the "Properties" and click on the "Compatibility" tab.
  4. Check on the "Run this program in compatibility mode".
  5. You can select on one of these: Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT 4, or Windows 2000.
  6. Under the "Settings" options, check on the "Run in 256 colors", "Run in 640 by 480 screen resolution" and "Disable visual themes".
  7. Click on "Apply" and "OK".

Happy gaming!

Linda Jones

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