Error Message

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by Len2821, Jul 31, 2005.

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  1. Len2821

    Len2821 Registered Member

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    I'm new here, and not sure this is the correct place for my question. If it's not, please direct me.

    I'm getting the error message "Run-time error '9', subscript out of range". o_O In researching this error, other people getting the same message appeared to know where or what program was causing the error. I don't have a clue as to what is causing it, or where it is coming from. Is there a way I can track it down to a specific program or file? As an added note, I don't think, or at least I can't remember it's arrival being associated with the installation, removal, or modification of a program or files.
    I'm running Windows XP, with SP2. I'm set up for multiple user log on, and get the message with either lon on.
    Thanks in advance for the help,
    Len
     
  2. Bubba

    Bubba Updates Team

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    Hey Len....Welcome to Wilders,

    For starters....are you saying it is happening at log on of either user....or when in particular ?
     
  3. Len2821

    Len2821 Registered Member

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    Yes, after either user clicks to open their desktop, and as their particular settings are loaded, I get the message.

    Len
     
  4. Bubba

    Bubba Updates Team

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    Do you have the option to click OK....and if so....what happens after you do ?

    Also....I have moved your thread to our software & services forum....which was no problem at all.
     
  5. Len2821

    Len2821 Registered Member

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    Thanks for movint the post to the correct location!! I'll go there to answer your question.

    Len
     
  6. Len2821

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    Yes, I can click OK, and when I do, the message goes away. I do not notice any difference in system or program operation.

    Len
     
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