ACCESS VIOLATION

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ACCESS VIOLATION

Postby PhantomColonel » Sun 30 May 2021 01:41

HI Ive been getting the access violation on my pc ever since i updated to windows ten what is the fix to this error?

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Re: ACCESS VIOLATION

Postby chykka » Thu 3 Jun 2021 05:28

can you provide logs?
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Re: ACCESS VIOLATION

Postby PhantomColonel » Fri 23 Jul 2021 23:39

im not too sure how to do that but i get the access violation 0x0000000c, if you could might you direct me in the direction of fixing this?

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Re: ACCESS VIOLATION

Postby chykka » Sat 24 Jul 2021 00:58

SegFaults are tricky. But it always generates a log.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Segmentation_fault

As I suggest. A good start is disabling your page file. Your %appdata% temp folder unfortunately in windows is a mess. It's not truly all temp files. If you delete it it can break things but worth a look if you don't mind playing around.

That memory address seems pretty early. Which is too be noted.
With paging file off. You experience same issue. consider your hardware. If ram is mismatched such as different speed at timings maybe could cause it. Is unlikely.

Best to start with a log or some kind of output.
Just go to start menu, go to windows Administrator tools.
Open the Event Viewer. If application logging is not enabled already you would have to turn it on in group policy.
Easier and more friendly is actually third party programs with real time logs. But it will be under Security, Applications, or Kernel events. Wait a minute it's slow sometimes.

What happens is the Kernel Panics when the application trys to access restricted memory space.
Which is why I recommend disabling Page file due to it being shared between programs and if your HDD is shingled there is physical overlap.

Try running the windows memory diagnostic. You can always boot off machine by clicking power and holding shift so it does a full dismount and boot windows in recovery mode.

It will take some digging on your end. It's a starting point. Unfortunately, you can't disable a segfault. Unlike a Windows Error reporter can be disabled which has a tenancy to force close programs which can be avoided. A segfault is at kernel level and will force the program to end.
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