Over the past week, some users have encountered a known error code that caused the Attachmate emulator application to stop working. This issue can occur due to several factors. We will discuss this below.
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- Micro Focus Products:
Reflection Desktop (including Pro, for X, for IBM, for UNIX and OpenVMS) 16.2 and up
InfoConnect (including Desktop Pro, Unisys and therefore Airlines) 16.2 or higher
A message that “Answer Attachmate.Emulation.Frame.EXE completed” may appear when loading the Reflection InfoConnect Desktop Workspace version 16.2 and later.
A message indicates that Reflection or the InfoConnect Desktop Workspace cannot recognize the My User Documents folder. This usually means that the user’s Documents Restricted Folder is incorrect or the user does not have permissions to the file (usually this happens with the redirected MyDocs location, not the local folder location on the PC).
To determine what type of Reflection or InfoConnect software is being considered for the runtime folder, use the future Windows PowerShell command:
The result should look something like this: “C:Users
Here is the basic information about the Windows event log failure when Reflection and possibly InfoConnect Desktop cannot access your current user’s “My Documents” location:
Platform version: v4.0.30319
Description: Operation aborted due to an unhandled exception.
Exception info: System.UnauthorizedAccessException
in System.IO.__Error.WinIOError(Int32, System.String)
To Attachmate.Reflection.Core.BaseApplication.InitializeSettingsAndLogging(System.String, Boolean)
Reflection Desktop (including Pro, for X, IBM Compatible or UNIX OpenVMS) and 16.2 or later
The information indicates that the Reflection InfoConnect Desktop Workspace may not be able to find the user’s My Documents folder. In general, safe means that the folder defined for the user’s documents is incorrect and the user does not have access rights to that folder (this usually happens with the redirected MyDocs location, not the local folder location on the PC).
To determine where Reflection or InfoConnect is looking for this folder, run the following Windows PowerShell command:
The output should look like “C:Users
Here’s the crash info in the Windows event log when Reflection or InfoConnect Desktop can’t access the power user’s MyDocuments folder:
Description: Approach was aborted due to a new large raw material. keys.
Typical Attachmate.emulation.frame.exe Errors
- “Attachmate.emulation.frame.exe program error.”
- “Attachmate.emulation.frame.exe is not always a valid Win32 application.”
- ” Attachmate .emulation.frame.exe is a competent issue and will definitely be closed.”
- “Sorry, we can’t find Attachmate.emulation.frame.exe.”
- “Failed to find Attachmate.emulation.frame.exe.”
- “Error starting schema: Attachmate.emulation.frame.exe.”
- “Attachmate.emulation.frame.exe is not working. “< /li>
- “Attachmate.emulation.frame.exe failed.”
- “Program path error: Attachmate.emulation.frame.exe.”
Attachmate 2011-Attachmate.emulation.frame.exe is having problems. They run along with the installation of Attachmate-related software, while .emulation.frame.exe after shutdown or startup, less often during an operating system update. Documenting complex tasks in the Attachmate.emulation.frame.exe file in Attachmate Reflection 2011 will be essential in determining the root cause of WRQSOCK2 class shim issues and exposing them to Attachmate Corporation.
Attach Problem Sources.emulation.frame.exe
Malware POh, invalid Attachmate Reflection 2011 registry entries or missing/corrupt Attachmate.emulation.frame.exe presentations can lead to Attachmate these.emulation.frame.exe errors.
- The attachmentmate.emulation.frame.exe file is invalid or the computer’s registry key is corrupted.
- The attachmentmate.emulation.frame.exe file is malicious or damaged.
- Other program (not related to Attachmate Reflection Deleted 2011) Attachmate.emulation.frame.exe maliciously or by mistake.
- Other software that conflicts with Attachmate Reflection 2011, Attachmate.emulation.frame.exe, also has been transferred. References.
- Last year’s Attachmate Reflection (attachmate.emulation.frame.exe) was corrupted during installation.
EXE problems associated with attachmentmate.emulation.frame.exe can in most cases be related to corrupt, broken, or infected executable files, which are common with any new Attachmate Reflection 2011 hair software. use phase . Although annoying, these issues can usually be easily resolved by modifying the problematic EXE file. In addition, registrationyour clean and optimized registry will cause the file path (e.g. Attachmate.emulation.frame.exe) and hence file extension references to become invalid. Therefore, we recommend every runner to perform a registry scan regularly.
Executable files that have a specific Windows executable file format typically have an .exe extension. You should download a new copy of your current Attachmate.emulation.frame.exe for %%os%% (and Windows jog systems) from the table below. In some specific cases, Attachmate.emulation.frame.exe models may not currently be in our database, but they can still be requested by clicking Request. Here are a few. As a last resort, if someone’s file is not listed below, they may also try to contact Attachmate Corporation for the correct version.
Once the file has been successfully replaced in the correct location, Attachmate.emulation.frame.exe related issues should be resolved. We recommend that you take a quick test to confirm your current case. We recommend restarting Attachmate Reflection 2011 to check this issue.Click here to Download this software and fix your computer.