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AustinA40

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:confused: I keep getting the message:
The instruction at "0x6600accc" referenced memory at "0x6600accc". The memory could not be "read"
Could somebody enlighten me as to what is going on. Thanks
 

eddie5659

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Hiya

Are you still having this problem? If so, can you tell us when this happens. Is it when you're using a particular piece of software, online, or something else?

Also, are there any other error's when this occurs, an if so, can you post the full details.

Regards

eddie
 

DoubleHelix

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There's an actual file name or program name in the title bar of that error message. It would help to know what that is. That's the application throwing the error.
 
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If it gives you a blue screen then you need to test or replace your ram other wise give the application name and the problem could be resolved with a patch. Mabey Other wise it would be a good idea to do a full system scan of your os drive or the drives that you are using for virtual ram.
 

AustinA40

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G'Day DoubleHelix
I tried a little bit of this...a little bit of that and it seems to have worked, no more message, working OK. thank you.
 

AustinA40

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G'Day edide5659
It seems to appear at random, I have resolved the issue by mucking around.
Thank you
 

eddie5659

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Oki doki Austin :)

If it comes back, reply here. I'll mark this one Solved for you ;)

eddie
 
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