Comment from: cozmint [Visitor]
cozmintExcellent!
Thank you very much for sharing!
05/22/10 @ 20:57
Comment from: Jose [Visitor]
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JoseGreat contribution!

Thanks!!!!!
06/17/10 @ 10:21
Comment from: Ressy [Visitor]
RessyGod Bless You!

(Don't know how you figured that out but you're a freakin' genius!!)

For me the emulators worked, but after installing nokia's sdk everything was ruined.
06/30/10 @ 20:45
Comment from: Robin Smidsr?d [Member] Email
@Ressy Using Process Monitor from sysinternals.com indicated that the .exe had a buffer overflow error. Data Execution Prevention (DEP) is designed to block that kind of thing, because it is a potential security threat. Putting the .exe into the exception list allows it to overflow as much as it wants. Sun/Oracle should really fix their code so that hacks like these are not required.

It might be that the Nokia emulator is experiencing a similar problem. Looking at Process Monitor while you're trying to start your MIDLet should probably identify why some .exe misbehaves.
07/01/10 @ 07:11
Comment from: Nuno [Visitor]
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NunoThanks a lot...

A very long time that a i have to solve this problem.
07/19/10 @ 08:41
Comment from: Niks [Visitor]
NiksFor the same OS(Windows 7), with wtk 2.5 the emulator stopped working after half a second in eclipse Ide. So for that what could be the solution.
10/23/10 @ 18:12

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