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Runtime Error 226



Today, people rely on computers for multiple uses- to send information, communicate and store data. As such, the occurrences of errors in programs pose as a great inconvenience to many. To prevent these errors from happening, you should first equip yourself with the knowledge of how to fix them. One of the more common errors that many PC users face is that of Runtime error 226, and here are some ways to repair Runtime Error 226.Firstly, you need to understand what Runtime Errors are. Basically, they occur when the software applications that you are running experience some problems. They could happen due to memory issues that your computer is facing, such as having insufficient RAM to run the programs that you have installed. Or, it could be due to the Windows Registry problems that are prevalent. This would then require you to get a good Window's Registry Clean Up to eliminate the occurrences of such Runtime Errors. Additionally, these errors could also be the result of viruses that your computer picked up along the way when you were visiting certain websites, or downloading certain software. The virus may have affected the memory or speed at which your computer works, thereby requiring you to get a good up-to-date virus scan to fix it. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle []).push();Now, after being more aware of the general Runtime Errors that you may face, you should also know how to manage your computer when Runtime Error 226 occurs.One of the easiest ways to manage Runtime Error 226 is to do a complete re-installation of the software that you wish to run. Before doing so, ensure that you have made back up copies of your files by saving it into a separate hard disk if possible. Then, uninstall the program via your Control Panel under "Add or Remove Programs". You will be able to find this option in your Start menu. Then, check that the program that you are about to install is up-to-date and compatible with that of your system's technical configuration. Next, run a full installation of the software and your program should run smoothly as it should. Another way to fix this error is to visit the program's website to install any updates or patches that may help to correct fix the problem. The errors related to your software should not be uncommon, so it's a good idea to visit the software website to look for answers to fix the runtime error.You should also bear in mind that it is important to run regular computer virus scans, defrags of your hard disk as well as checks to ensure that your PC is free from spyware. Such basic computer maintenance routines are essential to helping your computer perform at its optimum level and preventing Runtime Error 226 from occurring again.By understanding what Runtime Errors are and the ways to manage them, you will then be able to ensure that your computer is running as smoothly and efficiently as it should be. So, take proper steps and give your PC the necessary care it requires to prevent yourself from being stuck in those inconvenient situations again!




Runtime Error 226



Error 226 usually occurs when the user tries to open an application such as Internet Explorer. It has many causes inside Windows, including the likes of: Insufficient memory, malware infection, damaged or corrupt core windows files, broken software installation, missing or damaged application files or a corrupt Windows registry. Following this method can help you overcome this error.


Please give more details on how you ran the application. Did you do a reset of the board before running in C7x? Are you running anything on A72? Or is it just RTOS only mode? Ideally you should not see any errors like the one you're seeing, so I strongly suspect it has something to do with how the test was done.


Insufficient buffer space (Recoverable) -You have tried to open a file directly or indirectly and, although you have not exceeded your system's file limit, something in your system is unable to allocate enough memory space for this operation. -Although you can trap this error you must do STOP RUN as soon as it is reported.


File not open when access attempted (Recoverable) -You have tried to access a file without opening it first. -Open the file with the open mode that you need and try the operation again. As this error implies that your program logic contains a mistake, you might want to terminate the run and recode your program.


Serial mode error (Recoverable) -You have tried to open a device as a relative or indexed file. You are trying to execute a device, not a program. -Open the device in the correct mode or close any open files, do STOP RUN and recode your program. The name of your program is recognized by the operating system as a valid device. Rename your program.


Attempt to write to a file opened for INPUT (Recoverable) -You have tried to WRITE to a file that is open for input only. -Close the file and open it with a mode such as I-O, which allows you to write to the file. As this error implies that your program logic contains a mistake, you might want to terminate the run and recode your program.


Disk space exhausted (Fatal) -The disk is full. -This error can be trapped, but once it has been reported you must do a STOP RUN immediately to terminate your program's run. When your program has terminated, delete any files that you no longer need. Alternately, if your operating system supports this, put a new disk in a floppy disk drive and redirect your program's file operations to this.


Attempt to input from a file opened for OUTPUT (Recoverable) -You have tried to read from a file that is open for output only. -Close the file and open it with a mode such as I-O, which allows you to read from the file. As this error implies that your program logic contains a mistake, you might want to terminate the run and recode your program.


File not found (Recoverable) -The operating system has been unable to find a file which you have tried to access in your program. -Ensure that you are in the correct directory or that a path to the file concerned exists. You can then try the file operation again. If the error is the result of a spelling mistake then ask for the correct file and try the file operation again.


Record error: probably zero length (Recoverable) -You have probably tried to access a record that has had no value moved into it. -Although this error is recoverable in the sense that it can be trapped, once it has been reported you must execute a STOP RUN statement immediately and then recode your program to ensure that the COBOL record length is not zero.


Read part record error: EOF before EOR or file open in wrong mode (Recoverable) -A part record has been found at the end of a file. Consequently your run-time system treats the data file as a record, and not finding a full record, reports this error. -Ensure that the record size you give when you read from or WRITE to a file is consistent.


Rewrite error: open mode or access mode wrong (Recoverable) -You are trying to do a REWRITE to a file that has not been opened with the correct access mode for this operation. -Close the file and reopen it in a mode such as I-O, which allows you to do REWRITE operations on that file. As this error implies that your program logic contains a mistake, you might want to close any open files and then execute a STOP RUN. You can then recode your program to eliminate the logic error.


Device or resource busy (Recoverable) -You have tried to open a file that is assigned to a device or resource (for example, a line printer) that is not available at this time. -You can trap the error status returned by open and retry the open at regular intervals until it succeeds.


Disk input-output error (Recoverable) -You might have performed a read after a WRITE, or there might be either a verification failure or a parity error. -In some circumstances this error is fatal, but if it occurs during a read you can trap it and then do a close on the file before executing a STOP RUN statement.


Block I-O error (Fatal) -An error has occurred while you are trying to access a disk. This could be the result of a corrupt disk. -If you have a corrupt disk try to run your program again using your backup copy.


Physical I-O error (Fatal) -You have a hardware error of some type. Perhaps you have not put a disk in the relevant drive or you might have tried to WRITE to a disk but the processor detected hardware interface has failed.-You should try to correct the fault in your hardware; for example put a disk in the necessary drive.


Incorrect mode or file descriptor (Recoverable) -You are either trying to write to a file which is open for read purposes only, or read a file which is open for write purposes only. -You should close the file and reopen using the correct access mode. As this error implies that your program logic contains a mistake, you might want to close any open files, execute a STOP RUN statement and then recode your program to eliminate the logic error. Shareable files opened INPUT (read-only) by the COBOL system still require write-permission (from the operating system) to enable temporary locking to take place.


File already exists (Recoverable) -You are trying an inappropriate operation on an already existing file. -As this error implies that your program logic contains a mistake, you might like to recode your program to eliminate this mistake.


Disk not compatible (Fatal) -You have tried to access a disk that is incompatible with the current version of your operating system. This could be because it was created under a previous version of the system or it could have been created under a completely different operating system. You would also receive this error if you tried to load a disk with a name that clashed with a disk that was already loaded. -If the error is a result of a clash of names you can rename one of the disks and then you can load both disks together if this is what you want.


Corrupt index file (Recoverable) -Your run-time system does not recognize the control information for an indexed file and as the index has been corrupted in some way the data in the file is no longer accessible by your system. This error is recoverable in the sense that it can be trapped but should you receive it, you can do little except to close any open files and stop your program's run. -You should rerun your program using the backup copy of that file. If you have added a great deal of information to the file since you last took a backup you might like to rebuild the file using the Rebuild utility, which reads the data (if this has not been corrupted) and builds a new index for it. 041b061a72


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