Access violation at Address

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The Access violation at address error is a common Windows fault that is known to occur when a program attempts to access a protected memory address on your computer. Although
the error has been known to have been thrown by corrupt DirectX installations, it can be caused by any software program on the Windows OS which attempts to access
protected memory.

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Access violation at Address

  1. 1. How Do You Fix the Access Violation at Address Error ?http://www.malwaredictionary.com/2011/04/access-violation- at-address/ Malware Dictionary
  2. 2. http://www.malwaredictionary.com/2011/04/access-violation- at-address/The access violation at address error commonlyoccurs on computers that have the WindowsOperating System installed when a softwareapplication attempts to access a protectedmemory address.
  3. 3. http://www.malwaredictionary.com/2011/04/access-violation-at- address/Other symptoms of the error include thecomputer becoming non-responsive duringWindows Update scans, the Svchost.exe processthrowing the error, or Windows Update scanstaking an extremely long time to complete(hours).
  4. 4. http://www.malwaredictionary.com/2011/04/access-violation- at-address/A faulty DirectX install or upgrade may be thecause of the access violation at address error onyour computer.
  5. 5. http://www.malwaredictionary.com/2011/04/access-violation- at-address/A common way to fix the error is to uninstallDirectX and reinstall the latest build fromMicrosoft on your computer. If this does notwork, you can use third party software to helpidentify the source of the application causingthe memory violation on your computer.
  6. 6. How Do You Fix the Access Violation at Address Error?http://www.malwaredictionary.com/2011/04/access-violation-at-address/

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