(This page was last updated on August 30, 2019.)
On August 13, 2019, Microsoft pushed an update to Microsoft Windows that is incompatible with LARSA 4D. When starting LARSA 4D, computers with this update may see the error message “Localization error: CONTROL: OptionSolver -> Invalid procedure call or argument.”
The issue was resolved for all versions of Windows in further updates from Microsoft made available between August 16 and August 30, 2019.
Updating your workstation to the latest released Windows updates should resolve the problem.
To ensure that the fixed update is applied to your computer:
The table below identifies the particular Windows update that created the incompatibility for each Windows version. The subsequent update from Microsoft that fixes the incompatibility is listed in the third column.
|Microsoft Windows Version||Broken Update||Fixed Update|
|Windows 7 an Windows Server 2008 R2||KB4512486, KB4512506||KB4517297|
|Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2||KB4512488, KB4512489||KB4517298|
|Windows 10 (1507)||KB4512497||KB4517276|
|Windows 10 (1607) and Windows Server 2016||KB4512517||KB4512495|
|Windows 10 (1703)||KB4512507||KB4512474|
|Windows 10 (1709)||KB4512516||KB4512494|
|Windows 10 (1803)||KB4512501||KB4512509|
|Windows 10 (1809) and Windows Server 2019||KB4511553||KB4512534|
|Windows 10 (1903) and Windows Server 1903||KB4512508||KB4512941|
If you are unable to install the latest update fixing the broken update, as listed in the table above, we recommend that you uninstall the Windows update that created the incompatibility. To do so, follow these steps
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