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Old 12-06-2007, 10:12 AM   #1 (permalink)
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After installing the ESPN direct link, my BB froze when I tried to run it, and then showed the following message:
uncaught excetion: Process net_rim_bb_browser_daemon(51) killed due to message queue overflow.
I uninstalled the application, and everything was fine. Tried to install again, and got same message. What is causing it, and how do I fix? thanks.
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Old 12-06-2007, 10:18 AM   #2 (permalink)
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That error probably indicates that you're getting too much traffic to the browser at once. Either ESPN is sending a huge amount of traffic, or you're running out of RAM on the handheld. Neither one is very likely, but try this:
From the home screen, hold alt and press "back" (below the scroll wheel on most BBs, next to the ball on the pearl). Keep alt held down, and scroll through all the open applications. Close anything that its not required to always run (on my BB, the programs that will not close are Phone, BB Messenger, PTT, Browser, and messages).

Once everything is closed, try to run your app again.

If that still doesn't work, you may need to contact ESPN or use some third-party data service. I personally just set up a google homepage with the stats I need, but there are services like plusmo also that may suit you.

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Old 12-06-2007, 10:53 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Thanks for the quick response, ManicDan, but it didn't work. Is it possible, given the reference in the error message to message queue overflow, that it has something to do with the fact that my emails never seem to delete (I presently have over 150 UNOPENED)? My settings are such that they are supposed to be automatically deleted after 30 days, but they obviously aren't--there are still emails there from when I first got the machine.
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Probably not, the error refers to the browser application directly.

To delete emails, go into messages, highlight a row that displays the date, click the wheel. select "delete prior"

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Another issue if your on a BES and use Outlook as the mail program. If your company limits the amount of email in an account like mine does, 30 megs, I have to delete email or it will not allow me to send from the BB or PC. i discovered this when I turned off the BB delete email option on server and handheld. I thought it would be better to have a copy on the desktop in case I deleted an email on the BB by mistake. I now simply maintain the limit on my email below the cut off to prevent being locked out when not in the office.

I'm not sure if BIS users have this same restriction.


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