1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 18, 2007 1:29 PM by thertkorn

    colw32.exe verursacht Fehler

    thertkorn Expert

      Hallo,

       

      seit dem Produktdatenbank Update Oktober wo auch ein neuer Tally Client mikommt und NI 5.80 auf Patch 1414 aktualisiert werden muss habe ich mehrere Rechner die bei der Inventarisierung einen Fehler verursachen.
      Schuld ist die colw32.exe.
      Das darf nicht sein.

       

      Wie kann man das wieder beheben?

       

       

       

       

       

      Problembericht:

       

       <database>
      <exe filter="GRABMI_FILTER_PRIVACY” name="Colw32.exe">
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       file_version="7.00.0041” 
       internal_name="Win32 Collector” 
       legal_copyright="Copyright © 2005-2006 Novell, Inc.” 
       link_date="09/05/2006 01:42:15” 
       linker_version="0x0” 
       module_type="WIN32” 
       name="Colw32.exe” 
       original_filename="COLW32.EXE” 
       pe_checksum="0x21B0F6” 
       product_name="ZENworks Asset Management” 
       product_version="7.00.0041 SP1” 
       size="2199824” 
       upto_bin_file_version="7.0.0.41” 
       upto_bin_product_version="7.0.0.41” 
       upto_link_date="09/05/2006 01:42:15” 
       ver_language="Englisch (USA) [0x409]” 
       verfiledatehi="0x0” 
       verfiledatelo="0x0” 
       verfileos="0x4” 
       verfiletype="0x1"></matching_file>
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       bin_product_version="7.0.0.23” 
       checksum="0x789E5C85” 
       company_name="Novell, Inc.” 
       file_description="Collection Client Diagnostics” 
       file_version="7.00.0017” 
       internal_name="Diag” 
       legal_copyright="Copyright © 2005 Novell, Inc.” 
       link_date="10/26/2005 01:53:02” 
       linker_version="0x0” 
       module_type="WIN32” 
       name="Diag.exe” 
       original_filename="Diag.EXE” 
       pe_checksum="0x0” 
       product_name="ZENworks Asset Management” 
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       ver_language="Englisch (USA) [0x409]” 
       verfiledatehi="0x0” 
       verfiledatelo="0x0” 
       verfileos="0x4” 
       verfiletype="0x1"></matching_file>
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       size="19279"></matching_file>
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       bin_product_version="7.0.0.23” 
       checksum="0x83831A4D” 
       company_name="Novell, Inc.” 
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       file_version="7.00.0017” 
       internal_name="Data Objects” 
       legal_copyright="Copyright © 2005 Novell, Inc.” 
       link_date="10/26/2005 01:53:11” 
       linker_version="0x0” 
       module_type="WIN32” 
       name="dores.dll” 
       original_filename="DObj.DLL” 
       pe_checksum="0x0” 
       product_name="ZENworks Asset Management” 
       product_version="7.00.0017” 
       size="126976” 
       upto_bin_file_version="7.0.0.23” 
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       upto_link_date="10/26/2005 01:53:11” 
       ver_language="Englisch (USA) [0x409]” 
       verfiledatehi="0x0” 
       verfiledatelo="0x0” 
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       bin_product_version="7.0.0.15” 
       checksum="0x37A93546” 
       company_name="Novell, Inc.” 
       file_description="Network Discovery Engine” 
       file_version="7.00.0015” 
       internal_name="Network Discovery Engine” 
       legal_copyright="Copyright © 2005 Novell, Inc.” 
       link_date="03/28/2006 21:29:17” 
       linker_version="0x0” 
       module_type="WIN32” 
       name="Engine.dll” 
       original_filename="NetDisc.DLL” 
       pe_checksum="0x0” 
       product_name="ZENworks Asset Management” 
       product_version="7.00.0015” 
       size="884736” 
       upto_bin_file_version="7.0.0.15” 
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       ver_language="Englisch (USA) [0x409]” 
       verfiledatehi="0x0” 
       verfiledatelo="0x0” 
       verfileos="0x4” 
       verfiletype="0x1"></matching_file>
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       bin_product_version="7.0.0.15” 
       checksum="0x3F15F634” 
       company_name="Novell, Inc.” 
       file_description="Message Objects” 
       file_version="7.00.0015” 
       internal_name="MsgLib” 
       legal_copyright="Copyright © 2005 Novell, Inc.” 
       link_date="09/09/2005 14:11:53” 
       linker_version="0x0” 
       module_type="WIN32” 
       name="Msg.dll” 
       original_filename="Msg.DLL” 
       pe_checksum="0x0” 
       product_name="ZENworks Asset Management” 
       product_version="7.00.0015” 
       size="73728” 
       upto_bin_file_version="7.0.0.15” 
       upto_bin_product_version="7.0.0.15” 
       upto_link_date="09/09/2005 14:11:53” 
       ver_language="Englisch (USA) [0x409]” 
       verfiledatehi="0x0” 
       verfiledatelo="0x0” 
       verfileos="0x4” 
       verfiletype="0x1"></matching_file>
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       bin_product_version="7.0.0.15” 
       checksum="0x3552323A” 
       company_name="Novell, Inc.” 
       file_description="Message Socket Objects” 
       file_version="7.00.0015” 
       internal_name="MsgSock” 
       legal_copyright="Copyright © 2005 Novell, Inc.” 
       link_date="09/09/2005 14:11:54” 
       linker_version="0x0” 
       module_type="WIN32” 
       name="msgsock.dll” 
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       pe_checksum="0x0” 
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       upto_bin_file_version="7.0.0.15” 
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       upto_link_date="09/09/2005 14:11:54” 
       ver_language="Englisch (USA) [0x409]” 
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       verfiletype="0x1"></matching_file>
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       bin_product_version="1.0.0.2” 
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       file_version="1, 0, 0, 2” 
       internal_name="NetScan” 
       legal_copyright="Copyright (C) 2005” 
       link_date="03/28/2006 21:29:22” 
       linker_version="0x0” 
       module_type="WIN32” 
       name="NetScan.exe” 
       original_filename="NetScan.EXE” 
       pe_checksum="0x0” 
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       product_version="1, 0, 0, 2” 
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       upto_link_date="03/28/2006 21:29:22” 
       ver_language="Englisch (USA) [0x409]” 
       verfiledatehi="0x0” 
       verfiledatelo="0x0” 
       verfileos="0x4” 
       verfiletype="0x1"></matching_file>
       <matching_file checksum="0x12B10C3E” 
       module_type="WIN16” 
       name="NETTHK16.DLL” 
       s16bit_description="16Bit-Side of the Win32 Collector Network Thunk DLL” 
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       size="19772"></matching_file>
       <matching_file checksum="0x3F873DA9” 
       link_date="04/02/1996 20:04:18” 
       linker_version="0x0” 
       module_type="WIN32” 
       name="NETTHK32.DLL” 
       pe_checksum="0x0” 
       size="17920” 
       upto_link_date="04/02/1996 20:04:18"></matching_file>
       <matching_file checksum="0x970AFCAA” 
       name="Nthwdos.exe” 
       size="37172"></matching_file>
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       bin_product_version="1.1.0.0” 
       checksum="0x731CBA70” 
       module_type="WIN16” 
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       s16bit_description="NWCalls DLL for Windows” 
       s16bit_module_name="NWCALLS” 
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       upto_bin_product_version="1.1.0.0” 
       ver_language="Englisch (USA) [0x409]” 
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       company_name="Novell, Inc.” 
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       name="kernel32.dll">
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      </exe>
      </database>
      
      
        • 1. Re: colw32.exe verursacht Fehler
          thertkorn Expert
          Wie vermute ein Bug in der colw32.exe...


          Hallo Herr Hertkorn,

          evtl. haben Sie den Fehler unten. hier ein DEV-Build von Novell. Prüfen Sie bitte die Datei nach dem Einspielen auf einem betroffenen Client. Geben Sie mir Rückmeldung. Novell sollte dann dazu einen offiziellen patch machen und wir werden versuchen diesen über die ProduktDB (für NI 5.8) zur Verfügung zu stellen.

          Danke vorab.

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          Colw32.exe Ver. 7.0.0.45: The scan on an HP desktop computer with graphic chipset "Intel 82945G" and two connected monitors (one on the vga and the other one on the DVI) crashes with an invalid address exception. See attached logfiles, screens and xmls for detailed information. (ST13826)