This is very frustrating because I'm new to Flex 4 (Win 7, 32 bit) and everything I read has not led me to a solution (at least something I understand).
Every time I test my app I get the message adl.exe has stopped working and I have to close the file.
I'm running the current version of Air (2.5). But the adl.exe is version 1.5.3.
Is there a conflict?
this is an update to my original post:
These are the details of the crash
Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
Application Name: adl.exe
Application Version: 22.214.171.12420
Application Timestamp: 4b06f734
Fault Module Name: Adobe AIR.dll
Fault Module Version: 126.96.36.19920
Fault Module Timestamp: 4b06f6c8
Exception Code: c0000090
Exception Offset: 000ba201
OS Version: 6.1.7600.2.0.0.256.48
Locale ID: 1033
Additional Information 1: 0a9e
Additional Information 2: 0a9e372d3b4ad19135b953a78882e789
Additional Information 3: 0a9e
Additional Information 4: 0a9e372d3b4ad19135b953a78882e789
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Tool are you using to develop in? Flash Builder, Flash CS5, or something else? I'll assume that you're using Flash Builder. I am suspicous that something is incorrectly configured with the references to 1.5.3. You might want to check out this video for instructions on overlaying AIR 2.5 and adding it to Flash Builder.
Once you're sure you have it overlaid properly, please check the flex compiler preferences for your project to verify it's pointing at the proper SDK.
Finally, I'm attaching a small application that will output which versions of AIR and Flash Player you are currently running. You might want to give that a try and see what it reports.
helpful answer but...
The video is so small I'm having trouble seeing the name of the file folder you're clicking on. I have two folders in my Flex Builder 4 sdk file folder: 3.5.0 and 4.0. I can't tell, but is that an AIR folder that's being selected for backup in the video, or something else? Is it a Flex folder? because I don't have a Flex sdk folder in the sdk folder.
What did you rename the folder to?
So, to rephrase:
You're backing up what folder, because I don't have that folder.
Then you install the AIR sdk into that folder.
I think I could get everything else if I just knew what that folder was.
Okay, I'm just wingin' it because I couldn't exactly see the folder names in the vid.
I ran the AIR metrics app and it indicates:
AIR runtime 188.8.131.520
Flash Version 10,1,85,3
I tested my app and I got this error:
VerifyError: Error #1014: Class IIMEClient could not be found.
at mx.managers::SystemManager/deferredNextFrame()[E:\dev\4.0.0\framework s\projects\framework\src\mx\managers\SystemManager.as:267]
at mx.managers::SystemManager/preloader_preloaderDocFrameReadyHandler()[ E:\dev\4.0.0\frameworks\projects\framework\src\mx\managers\SystemManag er.as:2460]
at mx.preloaders::Preloader/timerHandler()[E:\dev\4.0.0\frameworks\proje cts\framework\src\mx\preloaders\Preloader.as:488]
Sorry, and another thing.
Since I didn't know what folder you were installing the AIR sdk in, I picked my 4.0 folder, and copied and replaced everything in there.
I probably screwed it all up didn't I?
I'm sorry about the small video window. It's the first time I've posted a video in a post and I wasn't quite sure how it would turn out. I actually did record this in HD, but it requires that you click the video again to have it open in YouTube, at which point you can change the video to 720p and go full screen. Maybe using a link like this would have helped:
Either way, I think you're getting closer. In my example, I used the Flex 4.1 sdk but you should be ok with 4.0. Check out your application descriptor XML and make sure that the application take references 2.5, not 1.5.3.
If that doesn't work, please feel free to email me your project, I'd be more than happy to take a look and see if I can spot anything.
Yay, that did it!
Copied the Flex 4.1 sdk to the sdk directory, then reapplied the instructions in the video (after watching it on Youtube where I could see it) and now it works!
You must know how frustrating it can be when you're new to something and it blows up.
Flash Builder had been working fine, then all of a sudden it stopped. Probably had something to do with a Flash Player installation I imagine.
You are a Superhero.
Even that causes the crash. Below is was I ran and crashed ADL:
"C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe Flash Builder 4.6\sdks\4.6.0\bin\adl.exe" -profile mobileDevice -screensize 320x460:320x480 MobileTest-app.xml
I also have the exact same problem. It all started with the 4.6 flex sdk.
I've tried the solutions you've mentioned in this thread, but no success.
I even reinstalled win7 today and tried it on a clean computer, but still the same result "adobe air debug launcher has stopped working".
Any progress in this issue?
In the past we've received a few crash dumps for this issue but the call stacks have been less than helpful. I've got an alternate way for the crash dumps to be created and I'm hoping someone can help me out. Here's all you need to do:
I am providing following Links please take a look into these.
If you need anything let me know.
Did you get any update on this issue.Can you please kindly let me know if you find anything to fix this Issue.
Any help from my dmp files ? Let me know if you need anything.
Thanks again for supplying the crash dmp. Your's had a stack trace that looked promising. The bug (3070976) is still Open/ToFix and currently slated for our Cyril (AIR 3.3) release. If I find additional info, I'll post back otherwise please feel free to ping me for updates anytime.
I am experiencing a conflict between flash builder's AIR sdk and flash professional's.
I had Flash Builder 4.6 with 3.1AIR
Then I installed Flash Professional CS6 (which apparently comes with Air 3.2 and overwrites some variables and registry common to FB).
This was the death of fb 4.6. Re-installing, upgrading AIR's references in FB did not work: always AIR launchpad crash at "Run".
I had to create a new windows user and reinstall FB on that.
Hello, I have a question - where can I find those .dmp files? I wrote bar:%localappdata% and c:%localappdata% but it couldn't open anything. I tried to find "CrashDump" folder everywhere but I couldn't find it.
I have problems with Adobe Air - it crashes after League of Legends game.
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