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JET RUNTIME ERROR #3 When Selecting Drive H: to Add Photos to Project
Posted: 08-May-2011 21:18
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Attachment jAlbum_jet_err_8172.JPG (66.7 KB)
Attachment jAlbum-0.2.log (98.0 KB)
Attachment jAlbum-0.1.log (98.1 KB)
Attachment jAlbum-0.0.log (1.5 KB)
Attachment jet_err_8172.txt (8.5 KB)

My Configuration:

Windows XP SP3 32-Bit OS installed on G: Drive
jAlbum Version 9.3 installed to: "G:\Program Files\Jalbum" folder
Albums are located "F:\Photos\Album"
Photos are located on "H:\MediaP\Photos\Collections"
All drives (C:, E:, F:, G:, H:) are internal SATA Drives
Drive R: is External USB Drive

Steps to reproduce:

1. Start jAlbum (I use the jAlbum with the console mode enabled)
2. Select Project (or let default to New Project)
3. Click the "Add photos" Button on the main screen where the text reads: "Start by dragging and dropping photos of folders here ...or click "Add photos"
4. At the "Add images or folders to the album" Dialog, Click the "My Computer" icon on left or use the "Look In:" Drop Down Box, Select Drive H:

The Console Windows logs the following before both jAlbum and the consoles disappears:

Please, contact the vendor of the application.
Extra information about the error is saved in the "jet_err_8172.txt" file.

I am able to select and browse all drives (including drive R:) except drive H:.

I have attached the "jet_err_8172.txt" file (which was located in root of "H:\").

I have attached the Logs files (which does not show much of anything useful)

and a screen shot of the console before it disappeared quickly.

My Work -Around was to create a sharename to the "H:\MediaP" folder and user the UNC patch \\computername\sharename\photos\collections... I just posed the Peru 2007 - Cuzco album as a test.

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Re: JET RUNTIME ERROR #3 When Selecting Drive H: to Add Photos to Project
Posted: 08-May-2011 22:54   in response to: Brooks in response to: Brooks
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Try uninstalling the "bundled with Java" version of jAlbum 9.3 (the default version at the moment), and install the regular "Java required" version, instead, from this page:

Get the second item, "jAlbum for Windows (15.5MB)."

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