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SARApAid has caused an error in MSVBVM60.DLL Information


This error message, seen in Win95, Win98, and WinMe, is caused by the installation of a Norton AntiVirus 2001 upgrade which provides Windows Scripting Host protection.  It should not occur with later versions of Norton AntiVirus.  It occurs with any VB 6.0 program and not just SARApAid.  This is a known issue which was posted on the Norton web page knowledge base.

The following information is from the Norton web site concerning this issue.  It contains instructions for disabling the feature which causes the error.  I have tested the fix and it works as advertised.

Error:  "Invalid page fault in module MSVBVM60.DLL" in Visual Basic application if Script Blocking is enabled

When using a program written in Visual Basic, you see the message "Invalid page fault in module MSVBVM60.DLL."  You have enabled Script Blocking in Norton AntiVirus 2001.

This problem has been reported to Symantec Technical Support, and the cause is unknown.  We will continue to track this problem, and this document will be updated if new information or a solution is found.

As a workaround, you may disable the Script Blocking option.

To disable Script Blocking:

1. Start Norton AntiVirus.
2. Click Options.
3. Click Script Blocking.
4. Uncheck "Enable Script Blocking (recommended)."
5. Click OK.

Product(s):  Norton AntiVirus 2001
Operating System(s):  Windows 95, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows Me
Document ID:  2001032116132006
Date Created:  03/21/2001
Last Modified:  03/22/2001