[Chimera-users] Chimera crashes
pett at cgl.ucsf.edu
Tue Apr 1 11:28:39 PDT 2008
One thing to do is to go to the Nvidia web site and make sure you
have the latest set of drivers for your graphics card. You were
pretty close with enabling debug mode: you right-click on the
Chimera icon ==> properties ==> Shortcut and add --debug to the
target. The --debug should be after the ending double quote of the
original target, separated by a space. Then the next time you run
Chimera, a text window will pop up with additional error
information. Copying text from the debug window is a little tricky.
You can copy the text from the debug window by right mouse clicking
on the console window's title bar and first doing a "select all"
followed by a "copy" and then you can paste the text.
On Apr 1, 2008, at 9:22 AM, Ben Keshet wrote:
> I have been using Chimera on my desktop successfully - great program.
> However, when I run Chimera on my laptop, Chimera tends to crash,
> usually when the screen saver starts. the message I have is: chimera
> failed abnormally; the exit code was :3. I am not sure how to open
> debug mode (I tried to right-click ==> properties and change the
> by adding '--debug' but I am getting an error message that the name is
> not valid. my machine is Dell Vostro 1500 with XP with a GeForce
> GS video card. Any suggestion are welcome.
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