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#1 deborahmc

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Posted 27 October 2006 - 07:48 PM

Suddenly I'm unable to obtain ANY reports. Attemps to do so result in numerous errors. Some examples:

OLE error code (number string): Class not registered. 128 REPORTOBJ.MRUNRPT

If I click "Ignore":

Variable 'GCINIFILE' is not found. 137 REPORT(etc)

File'c:\program files\the master genealogist\'does not exist. 6 TMGAPPOBJ.MREADPRINTERINFO


Variable 'LCSTR' is not found.

Function argument value, type, or count is invalid.

I've run repair and 12 files were repaired, but no changes when I try to run a report.

Should I re-install?

#2 LornaHenderson

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Posted 27 October 2006 - 10:29 PM

Suddenly I'm unable to obtain ANY reports. Attemps to do so result in numerous errors. Some examples:
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I've run repair and 12 files were repaired, but no changes when I try to run a report.

Should I re-install?

Hi Deborah,

Firstly I'd try running the maintenance routines under File > Maintenane
Repeat both Validate File Integrity and Optimise until no errors are reported
Then try again.
Let us know the result.

Regards,

Lorna
Win 7 Pro  SP1 (Desktop & MacBookPro with Parallels 9)


#3 Virginia Blakelock

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Posted 28 October 2006 - 03:23 AM

Suddenly I'm unable to obtain ANY reports. Attemps to do so result in numerous errors. Some examples:

OLE error code (number string): Class not registered. 128 REPORTOBJ.MRUNRPT

If I click "Ignore":

Variable 'GCINIFILE' is not found. 137 REPORT(etc)

File'c:\program files\the master genealogist\'does not exist. 6 TMGAPPOBJ.MREADPRINTERINFO
Variable 'LCSTR' is not found.

Function argument value, type, or count is invalid.

I've run repair and 12 files were repaired, but no changes when I try to run a report.

Should I re-install?


Have you tried rebooting the computer?

Does anything coincide with the problem - updating TMG, installing new software, or running an anti-spyware or -virus program (that might have removed a critical file)?

One more thing to try: in File > Printer setup, set the printer to a specific name rather than Windows default.

Virginia
Win7 Professional x64




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