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jesse_lucas

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I get this message - The instruction "0x0050d280" referenced memory at "0x019b8000" The memory could not be "written".

I am running windows 2000 pro.

Could you please help

Thanks in advanced.
 
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hi there
Other than just getting a message.... did anything else happen?
Have you rebooted your computer since then?

Is it ok now?
 

jesse_lucas

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Yes I have restarted my computer and it is still happening. Nothing else really happens.
 
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You know I wouldn't worry about it then... it may have been a slight error in windows thats was out of your control & may not happen again.
 
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The question is, what program or situation is the error occuring in?
 
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