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Re: Help tips.

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  • Subject: [mg29056] Re: Help tips.
  • From: "J.R. Chaffer" <jrchaff at mcn.net>
  • Date: Sat, 26 May 2001 21:53:48 -0400 (EDT)
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I have also experienced this problem at least twice.  The
folks at Wolfram have been unable to help me with it.
Occurs in 4.0 for me.  Reinstalling does not cure the
problem, nor do any of the suggested fixes.  So far
in 4.1 I have not had the problem - yet.

jrc

Jonghee Lee wrote:
> 
> Hi, all.
> 
> I generated a mathematica notebook for some calculation.
> At first calculation when it was generated, there was no problem.
> But later opening the same file and executing it again, there have been
> crashes
> whenever I have tried.
> Specifically, the bottom of notebook window becomes black and shows
> up some syntax error message, and ask me to close the file without saving
> and
> reopen with " open special".
> 
> Furthermore, I have asked Mathematica support team to resolve my problem.
> Followed their direction, could not resolve my problem.
> 
> The size of file is big enough not to attach with this post, let me upload
> that file
> under my home page directory. If anybody interested in solving puzzles with
> mathe
> matica, just click on http://www.glue.umd.edu/~jonghee/. And give me some
> useful
> tips to resolve the problem.
> 
> Thanks in advance for taking your time and thingking my problem.
> 
> Jonghee
> 
> p.s. : I am using mathematica 4.0, 4.1.  Even tested the file on different
> machines.
> (Sun, Dell Alpha Server, Pentium III), same problem.
> --
> 
> Jonghee Lee
> University of Maryland
> Department of Physics
> General Relativity Experiment
> College Park, MD 20742
> U.S.A.
> 
> Tel      : +1-301-405-6092 (Office)
>             +1-301-405-6093 (Lab)
> Email   : jonghee at glue.umd.edu


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