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LoadRunner Controller - Attempted an unsupported operation

tried this solution no luck. anyone know how to fix this?

thanks

https://softwaresupport.hp.com/group/softwaresupport/search-result/-/facetsearch/document/KM00608807

 

Error message:

Wlrun.exe caused an Microsoft C++ Exception in module KERNELBASE.dll at 0023:75A3C42D, RaiseException()+0088 byte(s)

EAX=0018E870 EBX=00000000 ECX=00000003 EDX=00000000 ESI=64B3F2A2
EDI=07FDC120 EBP=0018E8C0 ESP=0018E870 EIP=75A3C42D FLG=00000212
CS=0023 DS=002B SS=002B ES=002B FS=0053 GS=002B

0023:75A3C42D KERNELBASE.dll, RaiseException()+0088 byte(s)

0023:698A9863 MSVCR110.dll, longjmp()+0191 byte(s)

0023:005E223E Wlrun.exe, CEventLog::operator=()+1933438 byte(s)

0023:005E1E9E Wlrun.exe, CEventLog::operator=()+1932510 byte(s)

0023:0040AD79 Wlrun.exe, CEventLog::operator=()+3001 byte(s)

0023:006B728F Wlrun.exe, _xdr_mshunra_msg_t()+724767 byte(s)

0023:006B8627 Wlrun.exe, _xdr_mshunra_msg_t()+729783 byte(s)

0023:64B4E831 mfc110.dll, Ordinal11719()+1239 byte(s)

0023:64B4E339 mfc110.dll, Ordinal14322()+0034 byte(s)

0023:64B4C932 mfc110.dll, Ordinal2119()+0153 byte(s)

0023:64B4EFE5 mfc110.dll, Ordinal12879()+0053 byte(s)

0023:64B4F01D mfc110.dll, Ordinal12879()+0109 byte(s)

0023:64B59524 mfc110.dll, Ordinal7803()+0094 byte(s)

0023:64B07B89 mfc110.dll, Ordinal7802()+0017 byte(s)

0023:64B0722A mfc110.dll, Ordinal11762()+0269 byte(s)

0023:005BB0FA Wlrun.exe, CEventLog::operator=()+1773370 byte(s)

0023:00558527 Wlrun.exe, CEventLog::operator=()+1368935 byte(s)

0023:00552CD8 Wlrun.exe, CEventLog::operator=()+1346328 byte(s)

0023:00551564 Wlrun.exe, CEventLog::operator=()+1340324 byte(s)

0023:64B5F3D9 mfc110.dll, Ordinal2353()+0071 byte(s)

0023:0059D162 Wlrun.exe, CEventLog::operator=()+1650594 byte(s)

 

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Re: LoadRunner Controller - Attempted an unsupported operation

Hello.

I would suggest that you open a new case so that we can assist in generating a Crash/Hang DUMP file of the wlrun.exe when this error occurs in order to properly investigate the issue.

HP Support

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