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System Error. Code : 87. Parameter is Incorrect.". Please give me solution for this

When I run my application with DLL on Windows Xp it is working very well. But when I run the same application on Windows 2000 it gives me an error
"System Error. Code : 87. Parameter is Incorrect.". Please give me solution for this."

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  • Jay Gidvani Jun 06, 2008

    My application with a DLL is working fine for Windows XP but the same application gives an error for Windows 2000. Error Description is System Error: Code 87 The parameter is incorrect.

  • prepolleke Apr 19, 2009

    I am working with windows 2000 professional. When I will start EXPLORER then comes the messages::

    1.PROGRAM ERROR has generated errors and will be closed by windows.............

    2. Dr. Watson was unable to attach to the proces. .....



    Do you have a solution for the problem.



    Bye, prepolleke(prepolleke@gmail.com)

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When I want to connect a software ,which connect to Database through ODBC display the messageV"System Error. Code : 87. Parameter is Incorrect.". Please advice solution

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Hi Jaygidvani,

Some programs are designed to work on win32(windows 98) tecnology and not with NT 5.0 (windows 2000) New Technology. They are called non-compatible programs. NT 5.1 (win xp) had similar problems in the begining but they were corrected to a huge extent when microsoft relesed sevice pack 2 and service pack 3.

The platform is diffrent for the program to oprate hence gives a error.

please check with the application vendor if there is patch for the application or a diffrent application availabe to perform the same function.

Regards,
Gr8solver.

Posted on Mar 29, 2008

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