Project crashes all the time after using Resource pool
Can you give us more information on what is happening?
It is a good idea to install the latest service pack if you have not already done so. You can download from: http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=26635
I have not personally seen this error before, but as a first step I would check what calendar your schedule is trying to access. From the Ribbon, select Project > Project Information and check the calendar. Then check that this calendar exists. From the Ribbon, select Project > Change Working Time and check the For calendar setting.
From here you can either fix the calendar in the Change Working Time window or create a New Calendar. If none of this works, I would most probably reset my Global.MPT file back to the factory defaults. This will get rid of any customizations or corruption that you may have. To clear the Global.MPT file:
1) Close Microsoft Project
2) Make a backup copy of Global.MPT in your C:Users[your login name]AppDataRoamingMicrosoftMS Project141033 folder.
3) Once you have made a backup of the file, DELETE the Global.MPT file.
4) Open Microsoft Project.
5) Close Microsoft Project. (no need to save or do anything else). A new Global.MPT file has been created, all with default settings!
I hope this helps and get’s rid of the error!
Shaun Dicker, PMP