[texworks] "memory could not be read" error

zhangdenis deniszw at hotmail.com
Mon Oct 26 09:16:09 CET 2009

Hi, many thanks for all your reply!

I use the official version of texworks. I used to use it on vista and also XP but with another computer and it works well.

Typically, when I open a .tex file with texworks, it will open automatically the pdf file in another window beside if there is a pdf file. Or the pdf file will be openned once the tex file is compiled (is it the right word? I mean when I click the little green button "typeset" on the left top of the interface). 

It gives the same error information when I try to open pdf file only by texworks. What I mean "crash" is the error message and then texworks is closed himself.





> Date: Mon, 26 Oct 2009 08:47:02 +0100
> From: st.loeffler at gmail.com
> To: texworks at tug.org
> Subject: Re: [texworks] "memory could not be read" error
> Hi,
> On 2009-10-25 14:54, zhangdenis wrote:
> >
> > I try to use texworks in levono x200t with
> > winxp2. However I meet "memory could not be read" error.
> > Texworks compiles correctly, and can generate the pdf file. The
> > program crash
> > when it tries to open the pdf file.
> >
> I take from this that you compiled Tw yourself? Hence I have some
> suggestions:
> * Try using the official build from http://code.google.com/p/texworks/.
> This is to ensure that there is nothing wrong with the code (as it seems
> to be working for most other users)
> * Does your problem occur also if you only try to open a pdf, as
> suggested by others on this thread, without compiling a tex file?
> * How did you compile the program? Did you follow the guide on the wiki
> (if so, which one: msvc or mingw)? Of particular interest seems to be
> which version of poppler you use and from where.
> Stefan
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