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I/0 Error 32 is a sharing violation. Have you got a project file open in another application at the same time? You may also get a filename. Try clearing the TEMP folder at C:\Windows\TEMP. If that doesn't fix this, you should contact whoever manages/supports the website. Don. Always a chance some malware or virus is at work. Have you scanned lately and what did you use? If not, do you have some device, or network. error i/o 32

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 I am trying to scan from Internet Explorer 8 Timestamp: Tue, 19 Feb 2013 21:47:00 UTC


 

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Please explain what you mean by "trying to scan from IE8."

 

Scan what, with what?

 

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I am scanning to an internet based software program.  physician-to-go.net

It works on all the other pcs, but this one suddenly just stopped working, and we have no idea why.

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I would first try.

From Internet Options> General tab> Browsing History> Delete, uncheck "Preserve Favorites website data" then delete the Temporary Internet Files, error i/o 32. Restart.

 

Then.

If there's a program installed on the computer for this scanning operation, uninstall/reinstall the program.

 

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Thank for all of your help, but that did not work either.  The actual scanner works fine with the computer, and there is no program used to scan to the website.  When you error i/o 32 the web page, it is not recognizing the scanner and that error comes uo, but I have never seen anything like this before, and it doesnt seem like there is any information anywhere on the web regarding this error, error i/o 32, so I have no idea what to do, error i/o 32.

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I/O Error 32 is not a common Windows error. A web search didn't find very many mentions of it.

 

Try clearing the TEMP folder at C:\Windows\TEMP, error i/o 32. If that doesn't fix this, you should contact whoever manages/supports the website.

 

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I/O Error

This is a Windows Error. The I/O stands for Input/Output.

After you get error i/o 32 I/O Error, you may need to exit MasterPlan and re-enter it again and correct the problem, so that all variables are re-initialized.

I/O Error 32

  • Check the Projection Start Year in the Status Bar. You may have set a Projection Start Year to a year greater than the year allowed by the program.

    MasterPlan does not let you set a Projection Start Year that is greater than the current calendar year. However, if you have moved the database from one computer to another, it is possible that you have moved the database to a computer that is running an older version error i/o 32 MasterPlan.

    To correct: Make sure that all your computers have the most recent version of MasterPlan on them.

  • You are out of hard drive space.

    To correct: clean up your hard drive to free up more space.

  • If the cause seems to be more mysterious that those listed above, you can try rebooting your computer.

You might also get an I/O Error 32 after you have gotten another error message.

I/O Error 87

You have attached an Investment Model to a client's portfolio. On the Description Tab you have said they have zero (0) units.

 

 

 

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I am trying to compile a new project that right now is really simple. I had some compile errors and took care of those and now it looks like it completes the compiling but then I get what looks like a system error.
It is a dialog box that opens up and says "I/O Error 32"

Does anyone have any idea where I should start looking for this?

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I/O Error 32:
// IO Error 32L
// ERROR_SHARING_VIOLATION
// MessageText:
// The process cannot access the file because
// it is being used by another process.

Post your PIC, compiler version, Windows error i/o 32, the IDE you are using
(CCS or MPLAB or MPLAB X) and the line of code that causes that error.
Also post the location of your project files. ie., hard drive on a PC,
USB thumb drive, network drive, etc.
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Thanks for the info. It was handy. What I ended up doing was creating a new folder and copying over the main C file and the header files and then creating a new project. Then I was able to compile it. So some file must have been somehow become locked or opened up in some process that never closed.

I am running an older version of the CCS IDE, the file is dated Feb 2014. But I don't know where to find the version number. Then I am running on an XP virtual machine using Parallels on my MAC. I have been running the IDE like this since 2005. The project files I save on the MAC side of the virtual machine so it is easy to backup the files.

There was not a line of code that caused the error. It would compile and you would see the successful compilation report with the percentages etc, for a second then the error window would pop up.

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hp error 86 01 debug Delphi: I/o error 6 and 32

Posted by webmaster Guido on March 03, 2007

In Reply to I/o error 6 and I/O error 32 posted by Jan Dunn-p12534 on February 27, 2007

: I have a short program that reads some text files then encrypts them. I occasionally get I/O error 6 or 32. Heres my code:

: [source code here, see previous message]

Let's start by looking at what these errors mean.

I/O error code 6 means "INVALID FILE HANDLE". In order of probability, error i/o 32, that's because:

1. You're trying to use a file that doesn't exist;
2. You're trying to use a file that you haven't opened yet;
3. Or you're trying to use a file that you have already closed;
4. Or you're trying to read more data than your buffer can hold;
5. Or something else.

I/O error 32 means "SHARING VIOLATION", in other words: you're trying to access a file which is in use by some other process (in your program or "locked" by another application).

Because the errors only show up occasionally, I'm guessing that there is either a timing problem in run-time, or maybe sometimes a file is not found because of a programming error. So, let's try to narrow it down:

- After which line do you receive error code 6?
Load your project in the Delphi IDE, and add a debugging "breakpoint" in your source code, a little bit before the place where you expect an error to happen. Next, launch the program by pressing key F9.
If you receive an error code 6 before the program halts on the breakpoint, then remove the breakpoint and set a new breakpoint a bit "earlier". Continue doing this until you find out after which line the error code 6 happens. Then, let us know :)

- At which line do you receive error code 32?
Using the same strategy as above, error i/o 32 to find out after which source code line you are receiving an error code 32.

I know that this "trial and error" method can be quite time consuming, but sometimes it's the best you've got available. In the mean time, we'll simulate your application, maybe we get the same errors.

Please let me know the results of your tests!
Good luck!
Guido

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Syntax

procedure AssignFile(var F: File; const FileName: string); procedure AssignFile(var F: TextFile; const FileName: string);

Description

Call to assign a filename to a typed file, an untyped file, or a text file prior to opening the file, error i/o 32. is not a real procedure.

Tips and Tricks

  • A subsequent call to, or will open the file. If you do not call first, error i/o 32, a call to, or causes Delphi to report I/O error 102.

  • Delphi interprets an empty string as the console, error i/o 32. In a console application, the and files are automatically assigned to the console. Trying to use a console file in a GUI application results in I/O error 105.

Example

var LogFile: string = 'c:\log.txt'; // Append a message to a log file. See the example with the Array // Keyword for the other overloaded Log procedure. procedure Log(const Msg: string); overload; var F: TextFile; begin AssignFile(F, LogFile); // Try to append to the file, which succeeds only if the file exists. {$IoChecks Off} Append(F); {$IoChecks On} if IOResult <> 0 then // The file does not exist, error i/o 32, so create it. Rewrite(F); WriteLn(F, Msg); CloseFile(F); end;

See Also

Append Procedure, CloseFile Procedure, Eof Function, File Type, IOResult Function, Reset Procedure, Rewrite Procedure, TextFile Type, $I Compiler Directive, $IOChecks Compiler Directive

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Input-Output Errors

Number

Name

Description

100

Disk read error

Reported by Read on a typed file if you attempt to read past the end of the file.

101

Disk write error

Reported by CloseFile, Write, WriteIn, or Flush if the disk becomes full.

102

File not e13 canon error

Reported by Reset, Rewrite, Append, Rename, or Erase if the file variable has not been assigned a name through a call to Assign or AssignFile.

103

File not open

Reported by CloseFile, Read Write, error i/o 32, Seek, Eof, FilePos, FileSize, Flush, BlockRead, or BlockWrite if the file is not open.

104

File not open for input

Reported by Read, Readln, Eof, Eoln, SeekEof, or SeekEoln on a text file if the file is not open for error i/o 32.

105

File not open error i/o 32 output

Reported by Write or Writeln on a text file if you do not generate a Console application.

106

Invalid numeric format

Reported by Read or Readln if a numeric value read from a text file does not conform to the proper numeric format.

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