Program: Training Games Evaluation
Error: Unhandled exception 32747
This error can result from the presence of an outdated version of the file BWCC.DLL used by some older software such as After Dark. To correct this problem, perform the following steps or download the latest version of the training demo which automatically fixes this problem.
1. Shut down all running programs.
2. Search for old versions of the file BWCC.DLL on your system as follows:
a) Open the File Manager and select File...Search from the menu. A search window will appear.
b) In the Search For field enter BWCC.DLL.
c) In the Search In field enter C:\ to search the entire C drive.
d) Be sure that the Search all subdirectories box is checked.
e) Click the Search button. Your computer will scan the C drive for files named BWCC.DLL and present a "Search Results" window showing which files, if any, were found. If your system has more than one hard drive letter, you will need to repeat this process for each drive.
For Windows 95:
a) Click Start...Find...Files or Folders.
b) In the Named field type BWCC.DLL.
c) In the Look In field type C:\ to search the entire C drive.
d) Click the Find Now button. Your computer will scan the C drive for files named BWCC.DLL and present a window showing which files, if any, were found. If your system has more than one hard drive letter, you will need to repeat this process for each drive.
3. The search should turn up the file BWCC.DLL in your Windows system directory, usually named C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM, dated 2/28/95. This is the correct up-to-date version which the ASP demo installation installed. (If this file was not found, you should re-run the ASP demo installation again, making sure that no other applications are running.) If your search turned up any other BWCC.DLL files, rename each of them to OBWCC.DLL as follows:
a) Click on the BWCC.DLL file in the "Search Results" window and select File...Rename from the menu. A rename window will appear.
b) In the New Name field, type the same name which appears in the Old Name field, except that the last part of the name should be typed as OBWCC.DLL instead of BWCC.DLL.
c) Click the OK button.
For Windows 95:
a) Click on the BWCC.DLL file in the search results window and select File...Rename from the menu. The cursor will move to where the filename is in the window.
b) Type OBWCC.DLL and press the Enter key.
Repeat this process for every BWCC.DLL file found which is not in the Windows system directory. If, while trying to rename a file you get a "File Sharing Violation" or similar error, it probably means that a program is still running on your system which is using the file. Make sure you have shut down all running applications and try again.
4) Restart Windows.