That's not true. It's essentially bad programming. It's a program trying to access memory that either: a. doesn't exist or b. doesn't belong to the program
Basically what that means is the program is trying to access a piece of memory that it can't find. That's not supposed to happen. So it pukes.
Error 2 is dsAddressErr: address error
edit: More memory never hurts, though.
[ 11-25-2001: Message edited by: iNub ]</p>