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Crashing Mma 2.0 on a Mac

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  • Subject: Crashing Mma 2.0 on a Mac
  • From: rrk at iris3.chem.fsu.edu (Randal R. Ketchem)
  • Date: Thu, 30 Jan 92 16:29:30 -0500

Mathematica crashes on me as well. The two errors I get are type 2 and type 51.
(At least I'm fairly sure those are the errors.) I have no idea what causes
the problem. Mma 2.0 Mac is usually stable, but a restart is sometimes
necessary.

Mma never complains about not seeing my coprocessor, just unexpectadly quits.
I am using a IIsi.

Anybody else seeing problems like this?

Randy

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