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BUG: Insert Object from Zero Length File Causes GP Fault

Article ID: 108371

Article Last Modified on 7/17/2001


  • Microsoft OLE 2.01

This article was previously published under Q108371


Creating an object from a zero length file that does not have a valid file class extension results in a general protection (GP) fault after displaying the message,

Not enough memory to perform this operation. Close one or more applications and try again.


When creating an object from a file that does not have a valid class extension, the Object Packager is invoked to generate the embedded object. In the case of a zero length source file, the Packager document-level DDE window is rendered invalid before a terminate message can be sent to it.


Microsoft has confirmed this to be a problem in the Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) libraries version 2.01.

While the operation still fails with Object Packager 3.5 under Windows NT 3.5, the Object Packager provides a better error message.

Additional query words: 2.01 gpf gp fault

Keywords: kb16bitonly KB108371