Failed To Read Imagelist Data From Stream
Related 2Delphi 7 and Windows Vista8How to install Delphi 7 on Vista5Vista Speech Recognition in Delphi5Delphi 2009 Application using Large Icons for Vista4Vista/Win7 Delphi Audio device information0Closing Process of a Delphi Steve Jens Frohner Posts: 1 Registered: 12/25/05 Re: EReadError, Failed to read ImageList data from stream Reply Posted: May 30, 2014 1:27 AM in response to: Steve Don't do that. Delphi forums indicate this error happens mostly in Windows XP (in other applications) doing Repair collection is not necessary when trying to prevent the problem. have a peek here
IOW I don't know if there is a limit, but if there is, I would like to know about it. -- Pieter "The ink of the scholar is holier than the Just recently I have started to get the message "Failed to read ImageList data from stream" when I start the application. asked 7 years ago viewed 1801 times active 7 years ago Get the weekly newsletter! Desktop Heap Overview http://blogs.msdn.com/b/ntdebugging/archive/2007/01/04/desktop-heap-overview.aspx Desktop Heap, part 2 http://blogs.msdn.com/b/ntdebugging/archive/2007/07/05/desktop-heap-part-2.aspx 47 ... http://supermemopedia.com/wiki/Failed_to_read_ImageList_data_from_stream
And this time it wasn't the interactive GUI resource limits but rather non-interactive resource limits affecting Microsoft SQL Server (the database back-end for our application servers). The image list is very small, in fact it contains just one 16x16 bitmap. All rights reserved. Developer Tools Blackfish SQL C++Builder Delphi FireMonkey Prism InterBase JBuilder J Optimizer HTML5 Builder 3rdRail & TurboRuby Database Tools Change Manager DBArtisan DB Optimizer ER/Studio Performance Center Correct answers available: 1.
A second solution is to create a resource file for the bitmaps of the imagelist and load them in your application at runtime. If you save a list in a newer format (which the IDE does on your development machine) and then try to load it on an older ComCtl32 version (on your users How can I stop Alexa from ordering things if it hears a voice on TV? If you have the newest windows with all the updates, try Safe Mode.
So, yes I can see that SuperMemo is not ‘causing’ the error This is Windows Vista! This page has been accessed 2,275 times. This is all about the way SM16.EXE file is run in Windows. Graham Powell wrote on 19-Jul-2012: I have lots of TImageList components of various sizes on my main form.
Pieter Zijlstra replied on 20-Jul-2012: Graham Powell wrote: (snip) Can you give the number of ImageLists you are using and the (average) number of images in it? Sorry for the misunderstanding. Please Help: creating objects after reading from stream It terminates allways with this message : Error reading LogImages->Bitmap: Failed to read ImageList data from stream I tryed it with winscp2.3 and the newes version.
- Thanx a lot Advertisements martin [View user's profile] Site Admin Joined: 2002-12-10 Posts: 25228 Location: Prague, Czechia Posted: 2003-05-14 Re: Error reading LogImages->Bitmap: Failed to read ImageList data from stream [Reply
- Some people need the use the latest COMCTL32.DLL and for that the manifest (e.g.
- for Theming).
- That works and is maybe always the best approach to use imagelists Look at DK3 article 526 from Igor Siticov .
Steve Please give me an short feeback about the solution. https://groups.google.com/d/topic/borland.public.delphi.vcl.components.using/QAiXJ-m2kjM MS states everywhere that the problem is solved in XP SP2, but forget it. I am using Windows 7 and Delphi XE2 with Update 4. My main .dfm is 160KB in total.
Why catch block of base class is catching the exception when I am throwing object of derived class? performance ADO tips for reading data and reading/modifing data 9. Help with Stream read error,please. 10. Check This Out C++Builder Developer's Journal Skip to content Advanced search Board index Change font size FAQ Register Login Information The requested topic does not exist.
The image-list format changed with version 6 of the Common Controls library, and Delphi 6 is not capable of using it. I fear that - given the fact that the incompatibility was solved and re-emerged more than once - the problem will return with each update of MS Windows. Don't do that.
For details see article 321841 on MS Knowledge Base.
At the very end, consider a possible hardware problem (e.g. This is to ensure maximum compatibility across platforms Answer: technical if you have older windows, see this Delphi-specific observation (not related to SuperMemo): This may be related to the common controls Peter Below replied on 23-Jul-2012: david hoke wrote: (snip) No, the problem I was referring to is connected to the size of the form resource itself, not to the memory and Then, when loading, prior versions can't read it anymore.
The executable file sm16.exe should run in any supported version of Windows on any PC. URL http://delphi.cjcsoft.net//viewthread.php?tid=48349Title: failed to read Imagelist data from stream. HELP: TDBRichEdit 'Failed to Load Stream' 7. http://1pxcare.com/failed-to/failed-to-create-input-stream-read-timed-out.html Things that these two users have in common that I've spotted so far are that they are both using Windows 7 SP1, and they both have AMD processors.