"Shared memory conflict ($210D)
Problem: The BDE is trying to use a location in memory that is already in use by the operating system or another application.
1) Close all BDE applications.
2) Find the program BDEADMIN.EXE. This is usually in a directory somewhere under "\Program Files\Borland...".
3) Run BDEADMIN.EXE and click on the Configuration tab.
4) There should be an item in the treeview on the left side called "Configuration". If it's not expanded, expand it.
5) Next, expand the System entry below it. Under System, select INIT.
6) In the right-side window, find the entry called "SHAREDMEMLOCATION". Change this value to 5BDE.
7) Next, click on the word "Object" in the main window's menu bar, and select Apply.
8) Answer "OK" to the confirmation to "Save all edits...".
Other values that may also help solve this issue on NT or Windows 2000 are: 1000, 7000, and 7F00. If none of these values resolve the issue, you may try 2000, 3000, 4000, etc. or any values in between the specified ranges below for each operating system:
Windows 95/98: SHAREDMEMLOCATION = 9000 to FFFF
Windows NT/2000: SHAREDMEMLOCATION = 1000 to 7F00
It has also been reported by some users that removing or disabling the driver for a sound card on Windows NT can resolve the issue as well, but normally just "relocating" the BDE's memory pool using the SHAREDMEMLOCATION setting will suffice.
posted on 2007-03-12 16:11 风筝
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