KB 917452 did just as much as kb 915038 NOTHING  
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Green Lantern713





PostPosted: Visual Basic IDE, KB 917452 did just as much as kb 915038 NOTHING Top

Does Microsoft or anyone else reading this Post have any Idea how to fix this problem I will paste the error so that you all can read it

Visual Basic compiler is unable to recover from the following error: System Error &H8013141e& Save your work and restart Visual Studio

Microsoft(R) Visual Basic Compiler has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience.

The exception unknown software exception (0x800040005) occurred in the application at location xxxxxxxx You may also receive the following error message in the Visual Studio 2005 IDE output window: The "Vbc" task failed unexpectedly.
System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException (0x80004005): Error HRESULT E_FAIL has been returned from a call to a COM component.
at Microsoft.Build.Tasks.Hosting.IVbcHostObject.EndInitialization()
at Microsoft.Build.Tasks.Vbc.InitializeHostCompiler(IVbcHostObject vbcHostObject)
at Microsoft.Build.Tasks.Vbc.InitializeHostObject() at Microsoft.Build.Utilities.ToolTask.Execute()
at Microsoft.Build.BuildEngine.TaskEngine.ExecuteTask(ExecutionMode howToExecuteTask, Hashtable projectItemsAvailableToTask, BuildPropertyGroup projectPropertiesAvailableToTask, Boolean& taskClassWasFound)

this project compiles into a class (.dll) it does not work it is impeading my work any suggestions would be great




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MSFT Abel Valadez





PostPosted: Visual Basic IDE, KB 917452 did just as much as kb 915038 NOTHING Top

This is the 3rd time that I ask for clarification on your problem, and unless you tell us which specific error message you are getting we won't be able to help you.

The message that you posted was copied directly from the KB article and it contains 3 different error situations that you could potentially experience. Which one of those 3 are you encountering

Best regards,



 
 
Green Lantern713





PostPosted: Visual Basic IDE, KB 917452 did just as much as kb 915038 NOTHING Top

I don't know how this is unclear I PASTED the message I am seeing in my first Post..... How is that unclear I am getting all of them if I wasn't then I wouldn't have pasted it. however i was able to find out that I get all that when I add system.web if that is not added to the class I just get definistion errors, I add it errors go away then I get what I pasted. I hope that is clearer.

 
 
DMan1





PostPosted: Visual Basic IDE, KB 917452 did just as much as kb 915038 NOTHING Top

You are going to have to do a little dubegging in order for us to better help you...It would be of indespinsible help to you if you can actually locate the code that is causing this issue...You my have to either step into the project with the de**** of create a test platform within the project in order to see where the error is comming from ... Set some break point and setup some try catch blocks to see if you can narrow down the possible source of the issue...If none of that works for ya...come back and let us know where you get stumped

Hope that helps



 
 
Green Lantern713





PostPosted: Visual Basic IDE, KB 917452 did just as much as kb 915038 NOTHING Top

Its System.web thats causing my problem, I am in the processnow of changing it to Net.mail but it is telling me that the from and the to fields are read only. so now I am going to go through and fix it, any suggestions I am listening.

 
 
Green Lantern713





PostPosted: Visual Basic IDE, KB 917452 did just as much as kb 915038 NOTHING Top

I changed System.web to system.net.mail, and until I got down to one error I though I had it figured out and I was golden, 1 freekin error. now I am back to squar ONE. just so we are on the same page what I am about to paste is what i am seeing I don't careif you think there are twelve messages there this is the error I am getting and it says 1 error. bare in mind this works just fine in 2K3 no problems. I have only been working with 2K5 for a few days but it seems to me the developers at microsoft fixed 2K3 till it broke. anyway here is my error again.

Visual Basic compiler is unable to recover from the following error: System Error &H8013141e& Save your work and restart Visual Studio

Microsoft(R) Visual Basic Compiler has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience.

The exception unknown software exception (0x800040005) occurred in the application at location xxxxxxxx You may also receive the following error message in the Visual Studio 2005 IDE output window: The "Vbc" task failed unexpectedly.
System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException (0x80004005): Error HRESULT E_FAIL has been returned from a call to a COM component.
at Microsoft.Build.Tasks.Hosting.IVbcHostObject.EndInitialization()
at Microsoft.Build.Tasks.Vbc.InitializeHostCompiler(IVbcHostObject vbcHostObject)
at Microsoft.Build.Tasks.Vbc.InitializeHostObject() at Microsoft.Build.Utilities.ToolTask.Execute()
at Microsoft.Build.BuildEngine.TaskEngine.ExecuteTask(ExecutionMode howToExecuteTask, Hashtable projectItemsAvailableToTask, BuildPropertyGroup projectPropertiesAvailableToTask, Boolean& taskClassWasFound)

I installed the patches I was given but this is ridiculopus, tell me I have to troubleshoot, troubleshoot what working code with the exception of a depricated namespace this should work fine why it doesn't I don't know.

from what I can tell the part of the class that is causing all of this is the email section of the class, I say that everytime I get it close to wrkings it breaks.



 
 
Green Lantern713





PostPosted: Visual Basic IDE, KB 917452 did just as much as kb 915038 NOTHING Top

Have you guys decided that your not going to answer the post

 
 
Matthew Gertz MS





PostPosted: Visual Basic IDE, KB 917452 did just as much as kb 915038 NOTHING Top

Hi, GL,

I apologize for the frustration you're experiencing around this issue. As the folks above allude to, the above information isn't enough for us to pinpoint precisely what's going on. We really do want to help!

Based on above comments, I'm guessing that there are related forum threads on this that I haven't read, so I'm not sure of the history of your problem. So, just to get everything on the table, I want to ask a couple of questions that you may have already answered (and my apologies if this is the case):

- When the compiler crashes, is it prompting you to send a report to us (and is it being sent) Assuming that's the case, the bug will exist in our database and it will be investigated.

- Have you filed a report at http://lab.msdn.microsoft.com/productfeedback/ This makes it easier for us to connect the crash report to the people who are experiencing it, and also allows us you to enter repro steps (which is super important -- the compiler gets a lot of input from various places, all funneled through a couple of channels, and this allows us to better pinpoint the culprit code. This also allows you to track the progress of the investigation.

The fixes we released earlier addressed specific problems. They were not panaceas for all compiler crashes, and so it is certainly possible that other unrelated crashes are lurking there (though we do our best to make this not be the case). If your specific case is unique (and so far I haven't heard other similar issues since the previous fixes we released), then it's going to take some digging to get to the bottom of it. All information you can provide (beyind the error message, which you've already posted) will be very helpful -- the scenario, the code that was running when the crash occured, etc. The error message unfortunately can only tell us so much -- it tells us what happened "now" (i.e. crash in a certain area of code) but nothing about the events that led up to that state. With only the "now" information, devs can sometimes make an empirical fix (e.g., don't try to dereference a NULL pointer) but not a root-cause fix (e.g., "So what is it that's causing the code to send a NULL-reference pointer anyway That's not right! I wonder what else is affected ").

--Matt--*



 
 
Green Lantern713





PostPosted: Visual Basic IDE, KB 917452 did just as much as kb 915038 NOTHING Top

First you can call me Paul I just like green lantern. Anway, I am not only asked to send you a report I am inundated with requests to send you a report a couple of time I did but it didn't seem to do anything for me. I don't know how I could be clearer in what I am seeing. the classes I am trying to compile 2 don't work 1 does. the two that don't both reference System.web, the 1 the does work does not. I am led to think that there is some corralation. I take out that reference and I get a different amount of errors. I go through them and get rid of them I get it down to one and again I am inundated with requests to send you guys the report. This class works fine in 2K3, no warning no nothing. I understand that one of the references have been depricated but I was under the impression from other warning I have seen in other programs that I could still use the depricated items until I get around to actually make my changes.

The code I had running is class that was created by a member of the compnay that is no loger with us (not dead just elsewhere). other then when I open the program up and it tells me it needs to close over and over andover, and then I press clean and it still says that, and then for sh*ts and giggles i try to run it it tells me VS needs to restart then it preceeds to. thats all i see thats it if there were warnings other then the system web no longer being valid I would tell you but this is all i see.