Windows Errors

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The Project Manager has been designed to handle all of the error conditions it may encounter. However, it is impossible to anticipate every conceivable error. This is particularly true if cave data becomes corrupted. If the program encounters an error that it did not anticipate or does not know how to handle, Windows will automatically handle the error. As a result, you may see some special error conditions For example, "Divide By Zero" and "General Protection Fault" (GPF) faults are Windows errors. If you see one of these errors, it generally indicates a corrupted survey file or a program bug. It can also occur if Windows itself becomes corrupted. As a result, it is often useful to reboot Windows, and try the operation again.