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BV_BV
Contributor III

Hello everyone,

I hope to find some help for this issue.

I installed CW 10.6 on a Win 7 PC.

The linker always crashes when i try to compile.

Even demo projects, or virtually empty template projects causes the linker to crash.

 

Below is the report of the problem, it's in italian, I'm sorry, but I think it can be understood.

I have installed CW10.6 on a Win 8.1 and an old Win XP machine, and on both machines (not mines), everything is working ok.

It would be nice to have it work in this machine.

Any help ?

 

 

Firma problema:

  Nome evento problema: BEX

  Nome applicazione: mwldmcf.exe

  Versione applicazione: 6.0.0.3023

  Timestamp applicazione: 52df9621

  Nome modulo con errori: LMGR11.dll

  Versione modulo con errori: 0.0.0.0

  Timestamp modulo con errori: 48287602

  Offset eccezione: 0007f841

  Codice eccezione: c000000d

  Dati eccezione: 00000000

  Versione SO: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.48

  ID impostazioni locali: 1040

  Informazioni aggiuntive 1: 9b9d

  Ulteriori informazioni 2: 9b9d12ee3b92133839772cbd625bc26a

  Ulteriori informazioni 3: a41b

  Ulteriori informazioni 4: a41ba0f178dd371e33201d2cb9735d05

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BV_BV
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Ok, I've got good news.

I found in the directory C:\Windows a .ini which reported 01/01/1970 as a creation date.

The file content is pretty small so I created a new filem copied the content, and replaced the old file.

Now the IDE opens (and compile projects) without problems (both v5.1 for HCS12 and 10.6 for ColdfireV1).

In the same directory (C:\Windows) there are other two files which have strange creation dates (1998 and 1997). I did the same (copy and replace), but the newly created files retain the old creation date. I can't understand why it behaves like this.It seems that the OS "understands" and monitors date changes.

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BV_BV
Contributor III

Ok, I've got good news.

I found in the directory C:\Windows a .ini which reported 01/01/1970 as a creation date.

The file content is pretty small so I created a new filem copied the content, and replaced the old file.

Now the IDE opens (and compile projects) without problems (both v5.1 for HCS12 and 10.6 for ColdfireV1).

In the same directory (C:\Windows) there are other two files which have strange creation dates (1998 and 1997). I did the same (copy and replace), but the newly created files retain the old creation date. I can't understand why it behaves like this.It seems that the OS "understands" and monitors date changes.

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ZhangJennie
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NXP TechSupport

hi Davide,

Solution 1: one our customer met similar problem in classic version and provided us his solution, please try it too.

Re: Cannot get CW for Coldfire 7.2 EVAL to run. WHY?

Solution 2:

May be you can try the following.

1.back up your lmgr11.dll under {your CW install}\bin folder

2. copy lmgr8c.dll and rename it to lmgr11.dll, replace the old one.

3. restart CW and see if problem disappeared.

Solution 3:

1. install CW on ANOTHER PC

2. uninstall CW from your PC

3. Copy the install folder from ANOTHER PC to your PC.

4. then open CW from {your CW install}\...\cwide.exe

How it works?

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Best Regards,

Zhang Jun

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BV_BV
Contributor III

Hello, thank you for the infos.

I tried solution 2 but it didn't work, same crash. BTW I removed lmgr8c.dll and lmgr11.dll from the directory and nothing complains that those files are missing. I can't understand this, as a side note.

I'm trying solution 3.... it takes some time.

And I looked at solution 1, so I downloaded Process monitor and I gave a look at the file dates. Some records of operation made by mwldmcf.exe are on files which dates to 1/1/1601.

Even lmgr11.dll has 1/1/1601 as a date. But when those files are viewed with File Explorer, they have "correct" dates.

Can it be a problem ? Should it be fixed ?

Thanks again.

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