I'm on travel this week and have been showing various people the cool things you can do with Java and OpenGL. So far, everyone has been impressed, even with the admittedly junior stuff I've put together thus far (although it does include some vertex and frag programming! Yeah!)
Only on one computer have I had any problems. Oddly enough, it throws an EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION in the polling of the Keyboard...
An unexpected exception has been detected in native code outside the VM.
Unexpected Signal : EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION (0xc0000005) occurred at PC=0x2C7A405
Library=E:\Documents and Settings\Joshua Slack\Desktop\Dirt-OGL\Dirt-OGL\lwjgl.dll
Current Java thread:
at org.lwjgl.input.Keyboard.nPoll(Native Method)
at org.lwjgl.input.Keyboard.poll(Unknown Source)
I figured any problems I encountered would be in the rendering, etc. (I have all the advanced stuff off by default to keep from crashing any low end pc on the first run...)
Anyhow, does anyhow have any suggestions on what I can try here? I'd like to understand why this is happening in case I come across it again in support of a real program down the road. I have access to the offending PC for about another week and can try tests. I don't have any good way to code until I get back home though.
Here's the PC's specs:
Pentium 3 466MHZ
several GB of available HD space.
Video card is on board and shares 16 MB of the system Ram... not sure who made it.
Thanks for any hints on this...