Crash in BeginPaint running Sams Photofact index, a free VB app

Dan Kegel dank at
Mon Apr 28 01:26:12 CDT 2003

Wine is coming along!  It can *almost* run a real world VB app
I downloaded tonight.  I'm trying to fix an old TV, and I wanted
to see if Sams has a manual for it, so I downloaded their
index program (
and was happy to discover it installed properly under a
recent Wine (once I copied in the msiexec stuff, stdole2.tlb, etc.).

However, it didn't quite run properly.  Here's what I got running
it under wine-20030408:

Unhandled exception: page fault on write access to 0x00000000 in 32-bit code (0x409e5873).
In 32-bit mode.
0x409e5873 (BeginPaint+0x9f [painting.c:200] in movl    %eax,0x0(%edx)
203         if (!lps->hdc)
=>0 0x409e5873 (BeginPaint+0x9f(hwnd=0x10029, lps=0x0) [painting.c:200] in (ebp=40892bc4)
   1 0x52195475 (GRIDX.OCX..text+0x14475 in C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\GRIDX.OCX) (ebp=40892c18)
   2 0x52194fe0 (GRIDX.OCX..text+0x13fe0 in C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\GRIDX.OCX) (ebp=40892c40)
   3 0x5218b961 (GRIDX.OCX..text+0xa961 in C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\GRIDX.OCX) (ebp=40892c88)
   4 0x409cc817 (WINPROC_wrapper+0x17 in (ebp=40892cac)
   5 0x409cc875 (WINPROC_CallWndProc+0x55(proc=0x41855438, hwnd=0x10029, msg=0xf, wParam=0x0, lParam=0x0) [winproc.c:185] in (ebp=40892cd8)
   6 0x409d1535 (CallWindowProcA+0xf9(func=0x40df0908, hwnd=0x10029, msg=0xf, wParam=0x0, lParam=0x0) [winproc.c:2812] in (ebp=40892d0c)
   7 0x409b5a3e (DispatchMessageA+0x96(msg=0x40892d68) [message.c:794] in (ebp=40892d50)
   8 0x66014979 (MSVBVM60.DLL.__vbaInStr+0x3b7 in C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\MSVBVM60.DLL) (ebp=40892d90)
   9 0x660148b2 (MSVBVM60.DLL.__vbaInStr+0x2f0 in C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\MSVBVM60.DLL) (ebp=40892dd4)
   10 0x66014790 (MSVBVM60.DLL.__vbaInStr+0x1ce in C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\MSVBVM60.DLL) (ebp=6601a360)
   11 0x66010e00 (MSVBVM60.DLL.BASIC_CLASS_QueryInterface+0x17 in C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\MSVBVM60.DLL) (ebp=660d3526)
   12 0x0c2474ff (SAMSINDX.exe..rsrc+0xbe334ff) (ebp=0424448b)
*** Invalid address 0x0424448b (SAMSINDX.exe..rsrc+0x3e3048b)

I can run this app under real Windows, but this is such a juicy little
testcase I bet someone will want to take a look at it :-)
- Dan

Dan Kegel

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