Has anyone ever seen or dealt with “Internal error 2 in module 10” Per navisions site it suggest that you delete the zup and if it turns up again upgrade the memory to the machine.If anyone has any insight on this please respond.Thanks Dave
I agree with Navision’s recommendation. Usually deleting or renaming the zup file. Although, I have encounter one case in which there was defective memory; however, once the memory as replaced all worked well.
As a matter of course, I recommend deleting the zup file anytime you have an internal error. I almost always fixes the problem. If your users are savy enough, you can have them copy the zup files once in a while as a backup. Bill Benefiel Manager of Information Systems Overhead Door Company firstname.lastname@example.org (317) 842-7444 ext 117