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    Someone else reported this problem before (Colin in post 27) but did not get a reply. Perhaps there is someone around today who can help. I just downloaded WW onto a P4 with XP Professional (I don’t know my video board). When I click the icon, I get the following error:

    Application has generated an exception that could not be handled.
    Process id=0x47c(1148), Thread id=0x770 (1904).
    Click OK to terminate the application.
    Click CANCEL to debug the application.


    When I press CANCEL, I get the following error:

    Registered JIT debugger is not available. An attempt to launch a JIT debugger with the following command resulted in an error code of 0x2 (2). Please check your computer settings.
    Cordbg.exe !a 0x47c
    Click on Retry to have the process wait while attaching a debugger manually.
    Click on Cancel to abort the JIT debug request.


    Any help would be appreciated. TIA!

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    Looks to me as if WW doesn't even have a chance to start
    My guess is that you don't have the .Net Framework installed,
    or you have an older version
    To run WW you need v1.1 of the framework
    You should automatically get this when you run WindowsUpdate
    If you want to be sure you can try this download (24M:
    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details...&displaylang=en
    The error you get when you press cancel is normal, and can be ignored

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    Originally posted by ShockFire@Nov 10 2004, 01:59 AM

    My guess is that you don't have the .Net Framework installed,
    or you have an older version
    To run WW you need v1.1 of the framework

    Thanks for the response, ShockFire. I downloaded .net Framework v1.1, but no change. Any other ideas?

    Bill

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    Originally posted by bmorrow492@Nov 10 2004, 04:07 PM
    Thanks for the response, ShockFire. I downloaded .net Framework v1.1, but no change. Any other ideas?
    Just guessing, but you might want to try (or may already have tried &#33 uninstalling and reinstalling World Wind after installing the .net stuff. HTH.

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    We you also sure that you installed Managed DirectX?

    But I would try what buachaille said as well, and reinstall WW and see if that helps.


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    Try this ...

    Go to Control Panel - Admin Tools - .Net Framework 1.1 Wizards - Adjust .Net Security

    Then

    My Computer And/Or Local Intranet

    My guess is one or both of these is set to something less than Full Trust

    Jon ...

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    Same problem here with different numbers.

    Application has generated an exception that could not be handled.
    Process id=0xcb8(3256), Thread id=0x954 (2388).
    Click OK to terminate the application.
    Click CANCEL to debug the application.

    The process id and thread idea are different each time I try and start it.

    I'm running a Pentium 4c 2.8G in an Asus p4p800E mobo, 1G of ram.

    I've uninstalled, redownloaded, re-installed, and rebooted. No go.
    I've reinstalled both .Net 1.1 and DirectX9 to no avail.

    Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

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    Same Problem here too.
    When installing WW1.3 I first got a Popup with no text but only a OK-button. Clicking on it I got a DirectX-Setup-Screen (although I've DirectX9.0c on my PC and WW1.2e did run with it). So I cancelled the DirectX-Setup and installed WW1.3 which was no problem so far.
    Starting WW1.3 I got a Popup:

    WorldWind.exe - Common Language Runtime Debugging Services
    Application has generated an exception that could not be handled.

    Process id=0x77c (1916), Thread id=0x288 (648)

    And the option OK and CANCEL (just like the others above mentioned).

    Any other ideas how to solve this problem since it seems that it's neither a DirectX nor a .NET-Framework-issue?

    Thanks very much for your thoughts and thanks to all who made this awesome program working!

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    Originally posted by Guest@Mar 5 2005, 11:09 AM
    Same Problem here too.
    When installing WW1.3 I first got a Popup with no text but only a OK-button. Clicking on it I got a DirectX-Setup-Screen (although I've DirectX9.0c on my PC and WW1.2e did run with it). So I cancelled the DirectX-Setup and installed WW1.3 which was no problem so far.
    Starting WW1.3 I got a Popup:

    WorldWind.exe - Common Language Runtime Debugging Services
    Application has generated an exception that could not be handled.

    Process id=0x77c (1916), Thread id=0x288 (648)

    And the option OK and CANCEL (just like the others above mentioned).

    Any other ideas how to solve this problem since it seems that it's neither a DirectX nor a .NET-Framework-issue?

    Thanks very much for your thoughts and thanks to all who made this awesome program working!
    Run setup again and let it do the DirectX stuff.

    Don't ask why, yell at MS.....but it might fix it

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    Many of the 'Exception...' style errors with a process ID on startup, pre-splash are .NET 1.1 install issues.

    Try reinstalling .NET 1.1 and maybe getting another .NET app like Paint.NET - http://www.eecs.wsu.edu/paint.net/ and seeing if it will run. If it fails as well you have a .NET issue of some kind.
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