VM Integrity Error (and other types) when debugging

Clipper and Visual Objects programming languages

Keith
I have had this nagging problem for some time but have always worked 
around it.  When I link in the CLD library (for debugging), the finished 
.EXE file will run just fine until a invoke the debugger (with Alt-D). 
Not right away, but within a few seconds, I get a total failure of the 
whole COMMAND.COM (Win98 or WinXP).

I have searched around with Google but I can't seem to find a definite 
answer for why this happens.

Right now, I using Clipper 5.2e w/Clipper Tools 3.0c and Blinker 6.00
Even with this link file, things fail.  Can someone figure this and tell 
me what to fix or where to look?

Keith

BLINKER EXECUTABLE CLIPPER //F:250
BLINKER EXECUTABLE CLIPPER SWAPPATH:C:\
BLINKER PROCEDURE DEPTH 50
BLINKER OVERLAY OPSIZE 64
BLINKER MESSAGE DUPLICATES
BLINKER OVERLAY FIXED
BLINKER OVERLAY PAGEFRAME ON
BLINKER EXECUTABLE NODELETE
BLINKER EXECUTABLE SERIAL (c) Airways Consulting, Inc. 2003
BLINKER CACHE XMS 50%, 1024
OUTPUT (some_file).exe
STACK 7168
FILE .\obj\main
FILE .\obj\common
BEGINAREA          # Start of overlay area
     FILE cm52
     FILE cmx52
     LIB clipbar
     LIB cm52
     LIB cmx52
     LIB nanfor
     LIB grump52
ENDAREA            # End of overlay area
LIB ct
@c:\clipper\cmx.lnk
FILE CLD.LIB                                            
Stephen
Keith

Use extended mode
    - looks like you just don't have enough low memory when you break into the debugger.

Another alternative is to compile only those .prgs your looking at with the /b option.
                                            
Keith
Funny thing is that I get a GPF error when I link for 'extended'.  The 
.prg file are not large (combined total of about 55K) and it would be 
hard to only compile some thing with /b option (as there is only 3 .prg 
files).

What's funny is that I found the 'GPF Cliiper 5.2e, Blinker 5.1 and ADS' 
messages.  So I will try those thoughts before I raise a 'white flag'.

But time is tight right now, so it may be days from now when I look at 
things again.

Keith