Knowledgebase: EurekaLog V7
7.x: My IDE crashes with EurekaLog 7
Posted by Aleksandr Alekseev on 17 July 2012 09:21


When I've installed EurekaLog 7 - my IDE crashes on startup, during compilation or when exiting.



  • Delphi and C++ Builder IDEs are 32-bit processes, which are limited to 2 Gb of address space. There are also other known limits (such as command-line length, environment variables length and search paths length). Probably you have too many components and extensions installed, so when you install or use EurekaLog - these limits are reached.
  • EurekaLog may conflict with other IDE extensions that also set hooks in IDE. Known examples are AQTime, madExcept or JCL. We're investigating these issues.
  • In rare cases there may be a conflict with other external software. Typically antivirus/firewalls.



First of all - upgrade to the latest EurekaLog version (your issue may already be fixed).

  1. Try to remove unused components and extensions, try to remove search paths for unused components or re-arrange them to move EurekaLog first. If you can not remove any component or extension - then you can use EurekaLog without using EurekaLog IDE expert. Please read this article fore more information.
  2. Go to Tools/EurekaLog/IDE options and uncheck "Catch IDE expert errors" options, then restart IDE.
  3. Try to disable checking for updates (Tools/EurekaLog/IDE options).



Please note that limitations of 32-bit processes do not depend on your installed hardware memory (RAM) and disk space.


See also:


  • "The procedure entry point XYZ could not be located in the dynamic link library ZXY" when starting IDE with EurekaLog installed
  • "File XYZ was compiled with different version of ABC" error
  • "Could not compile used unit XYZ" error
  • "File not found: XYZ" error
  • Compiling project with EurekaLog fails with the F2084 Internal Error: URW8074

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