allany
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2006-11-30T07:09:24Z
Hello:
I have this message every time i start my PC :
Invalid floating operation
I have tried several operation systems but got the same result.
My hardware is:
CPU Intel P4 2,4GH northwood 512Kb cache
chipset SIS648
RAM 1Gb

When i have reducied the bus speed from 133 (Auto) to 120 (Manul)
everything works fine but the CPU speed is about 2,2GH.
Can somebody tell me why this is so strange?
xtremeskier97
2006-11-30T09:42:18Z
You get this message when you get to your desktop screen or BIOS POST or what?

Have you tried turning off all items in startup to see if you continue to get this message? If it does go away, turn the items in startup back on one at a time until you recieve the error again...then you can tell what program is causing it.
Bumcrack
2007-02-05T08:14:16Z
Floating Operations i think are something to do with the processor, it maybe that there is a problem with it. if you have a spare (older or newer) mother board and processor try connecting the componaits to it if it all works my best guess would be a dodgy processor
Element
2007-03-07T06:58:23Z
Try updating your bios, failing that you have a dodgy cpu
samuel77
2007-04-08T09:29:45Z
Hi Friend,

You need to configure each client machine to access the license server and to check out a license. You can do this by using one of two methods:

Place a copy of the license.lic file in the \\licenses folder of each local machine.

Configure the LM_LICENSE_FILE or AGILEESOFD_LICENSE_FILE to point to the license file.

Cheers