Windows error 0x00000079, 121

Detailed Error Information

SEM_TIMEOUT[1]

MessageThe semaphore timeout period has expired.
Declared inwinerror.h

This appears to be a raw Win32 error. More information may be available in error 0x80070079.

MISMATCHED_HAL[2]

This is a Blue Screen of Death stop code. More information is available in the Knowledge Base article Bug Check 0x79: MISMATCHED_HAL.

HRESULT analysis[3]

This is probably not the correct interpretation of this error. The Win32 error above is more likely to indicate the actual problem.
FlagsSeveritySuccess

This code indicates success, rather than an error. This may not be the correct interpretation of this code, or possibly the program is handling errors incorrectly.

Reserved (R)false
OriginMicrosoft
NTSTATUSfalse
Reserved (X)false
FacilityCode0 (0x000)
NameFACILITY_NULL[3][1]
DescriptionThe default facility code.[3][1]
Error Code121 (0x0079)

Possible solutions

11

incorrect members order in a C# structure

c#
struct
memory-layout

I'd expect that the root of your problem is that the three byte values

public byte securityCount;
public byte securityCRC;
public byte flag;

cause the next 32-bit values not to be word-aligned, and your two sets of code are adding (or not adding) internal padding differently.

I expect that the different packings look something like this:

C++                                   C#
================================      ================================
[size          ][opcode        ]      [size          ][opcode        ]
[secCnt][secCrc][flag  ][blow0 ]      [secCnt][secCrc][flag  ][blow0 ]
[blow1 ][blow2 ][blow3 ][blow4 ]      [blow1 ][blow2 ][blow3 ][blow4 ]
[blow5 ][blow6 ][blow7 ][seedCou      [blow5 ][blow6 ][blow7 ]..PAD...
nt                     ][seedCRC      [seedCount                     ]
                       ][seedSec      [seedCRC                       ]
urity0                 ][seedSec      [seedSecurity0                 ]
urity1                 ][seedSec      [seedSecurity1                 ]
urity2                 ][seedSec      [seedSecurity2                 ]
urity3                 ][seedSec      [seedSecurity3                 ]
urity4                 ]              [seedSecurity4                 ]

... with C# inserting a byte of padding which causes later values to be one byte off.

You can try using

[StructLayout(LayoutKind.Sequential,Pack=1)]

before your struct definition, which should use the minimum amount of space possible.

Mastering Structs in C# has some good information on how/why this happens.

answered on Stack Overflow Mar 27, 2009 by Daniel LeCheminant • edited Mar 27, 2009 by Daniel LeCheminant
1

USB Format Failed

partitioning
usb-flash-drive
bootable-media
rufus

Can you try with Rufus 2.9 (which you can download here)?

I know there can be an issue affecting Windows XP users during the clearing of the boot records. Your screenshot seems to indicate that you are not running Rufus on XP, and also your error code is different, but it might be worth finding out if you problem is linked to the changes that were applied in Rufus 2.10.

answered on Super User Aug 12, 2016 by Akeo
1

incorrect members order in a C# structure

c#
struct
memory-layout

I suspect that Daniel L is on the right track in his answer.

I would try adding a 4th byte after the flag. My guess is that your C++ compiler is aligning the values on word boundaries. That would "align" the C# version as well.

answered on Stack Overflow Mar 27, 2009 by Reed Copsey • edited May 23, 2017 by Community
1

nasm/ld failing to do %include on cygwin

assembly
macros
include
cygwin
nasm

Your error was to assemble io.mac. It is a textfile which is included in sample.asm "as is". io.obj is not an assembled io.mac. With assembling io.mac you destroyed the original io.obj. But even if you extract the original io.obj from win_nasm_progs.zip you will fail. It is not a Windows file but a MS-DOS file (yes, this is very annoying). You can't either use the Linux file (io.o) because Cygwin needs Windows system calls. So you can't use the samples of Dandamudi's book outside of Linux. The only thing that comes to my mind is changing the calls in io.mac to calls to a C-function (and other adjusts) and linking the object file against GCC.

answered on Stack Overflow Dec 6, 2014 by rkhb
1

Customizing Fantacy Remote .INI file

remote-desktop
remote-access

In my opinion you should change this:

On server side, set iAcceptInput in [SERVER] section to 0. This might disable mouse and keyboard input.

On client side, in section [MENU] you have to try different values for the key iWindowMode. Try 1, 2 or 3.

answered on Super User May 27, 2010 by user4085
0

PHP - Filtering elements into a separate multidimensional array attached to previous key

php
arrays
multidimensional-array

I think I have found the solution, which generates an array that I can work with. To at least fill in those that maybe looking for something similar I used the code below:

function strposa($haystack, $needles=array(), $offset=0){
    foreach($needles as $needle) {
        if (strpos($haystack, $needle) !== false) {
            return true;
        }
    }
    return false;
}


$modlog = array();
$addlog = array();
$x = 0;
reset($log);
while($x < count($log)){
    if(strposa(current($log), array("modified", "Newer", "New File")) !== false){
        $addlog["file"] = current($log);

        $x++;
        next($log);

        while(strposa(current($log), array("%", "ERROR")) !== false){
            $addlog[] = current($log);

            $x++;
            next($log);
        }

        $modlog[] = $addlog;
        unset($addlog); 
    }else{
        $modlog[] = current($log);
        $x++;
        next($log);
    }
}

This gave me the sample output of:

[24] => Array
    (
        [file] => Newer                9.8 m    OKW3E04V101_tcm3-155664.exe
        [0] => 0.0%
        [1] => 2015/06/25 13:18:22 ERROR 53 (0x00000035) Copying File c:\test\OKW3E04V101_tcm3-155664.exe
    )

[25] => Array
    (
        [file] => Newer                9.8 m    OKW3E04V101_tcm3-155664.exe
        [0] => 2015/06/25 13:22:00 ERROR 53 (0x00000035) Copying File c:\test\OKW3E04V101_tcm3-155664.exe
    )

[26] => Array
    (
        [file] => Newer                9.8 m    OKW3E04V101_tcm3-155664.exe
        [0] => 0.0%
        [1] => 10.1%
        [2] => 20.3%
        [3] => 30.5%
        [4] => 40.6%
        [5] => 50.8%
        [6] => 61.0%
        [7] => 71.1%
        [8] => 81.3%
        [9] => 91.5%
        [10] => 100%
        [11] => 100%
        [12] => 100%
    )

[27] => Array
    (
        [file] => New File             1.6 m    PSTools.zip 13:37 -> 13:41
        [0] => 0%
        [1] => 2015/06/25 13:45:17 ERROR 121 (0x00000079) Copying File c:\test\PSTools.zip
    )

[28] => Array
    (
        [file] => New File             1.6 m    PSTools.zip 13:45 -> 13:50
        [0] => 0%
        [1] => 15%
        [2] => 31%
        [3] => 46%
        [4] => 62%
        [5] => 77%
        [6] => 93%
        [7] => 99%
        [8] => 99%
        [9] => 100%
    )

There could be a nicer solution out there, but it seems to work for me. If anyone has any pointers then please let me know.

answered on Stack Overflow Jun 30, 2015 by EJ Will
0

USB Format Failed

partitioning
usb-flash-drive
bootable-media
rufus

I realize this is old but on the off chance you still have it or anyone else stumbles upon this looking for the ID or error:

The ID 048D:1234 indicates a Chipsbank controller if I'm not mistaken -- these are often used for making fake USB sticks -- and yours claims to be an unlikely 1TB. Test this with e.g. RMPartUSB to see if it is a real drive first.

answered on Super User Mar 25, 2018 by Keilaron
0

nasm/ld failing to do %include on cygwin

assembly
macros
include
cygwin
nasm

I decided to abandon the I/O scheme from Guide to Assembly Language Programming in Linux and go with that (which works on Cygwin/nasm) of Carter, Paul A. PC assembly language. Raleigh, NC: Lulu Press, 2007(i.e., its driver.c cdecl.h asm_io.inc asm_io.asm files)

answered on Stack Overflow Dec 7, 2014 by boardrider

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  3. https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc231198.aspx

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