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I have a FM Developer runtime solution with 2 files. The main file has a script that opens the second file, finds and deletes all records, and imports records from the main file. This script works great on machines running Win 95 and 98.

On the Win 2000 machines with Service Pack 2, the main file works fine, but freezes the machine every time this open/find/delete/import script is activated. Both files become damaged and need to be recovered after rebooting. The same file transferred to a Win 9x machine works fine after the files are recovered.

On a Win 2000 machine with Service Pack 1, the main file works fine, but the machine hangs for 30 seconds when moving between the two files. The files are not damaged, and the system does not freeze.

Is anyone aware of Win 2000 conflicts? If so, is there an upgrade or other fix?

Thanks!

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When you say that the W2K freezes can you do anything with the system, can you still "ctrl-alt-del" to bring up the task manager? Have you checked the event viewer for information? You mentioned that this is a run time solution, so I would suspect a dll or ocx file that is not compatable between FM (which version?) and W2K svpk2. Look at the event viewer for specific information and check the MS knowledge base for what is new in svcpk2. This may help you to track down the problem.

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