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An unhandled exception has occured .......

Object refrence not set to an instance of an object.

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  • Francisco Cortes
    Francisco Cortes May 11, 2010

    this is a common problem when you're programming. to keep it simple it just means the program crashed as it came into an scenario the programmer did not plan for. you may need to update your software... whatever is that you're referring to... please post more details.. your question is pretty generic the way it is.!!

  • Zarcc May 11, 2010

    Is this a loading error message? Do you get this when you try to run something? Do you get Blue Screened? Do you see a selectable window name at the bottom of the screen that might indicate who its with when this comes up?

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An attempt was made in a program or script to use an object before creating the object. For example:

dim SomeObject as Object
SomeObject.attribute = "string value"

will generate thie error message because the SomeObject that is being referred to has not been created. For this, we need the New keyword:

dim SomeObject as New SomeObject
SomeObject.attribute = "string value"

will run without errors

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