Access violation at address 004D18BA error

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I was at work this morning as a desktop support for an advertising company, I received an email from one of our graphic artist that he encountered an error while using AVS Video Converter 7.1, I posted below the screen shot of the error.

Access violation at address 004D18BA in module

38.01% AVS Video Converter 7.1

Access violation at address 004D18BA in module

‘AVSVideoConverter.exe’.Read of address 00000028.

When I analyzed the error, I thought it was just a glitz in running, so I advised the user to restart the computer, and load the software again, after he did so, the same error message appeared while working with AVS Video Converter 7.1, he already finish re installing the software, I am now asking for some advice on the issue that I am posting now.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #122063

Access violation at address 004D18BA error

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Hi,

  • It may be the cause of the application software that has not supported by the current Operating system. Please be make sure that the latest patch and up and updates have been obtain by the computer machine and the application software installed on the computer machine which causing the issue on the file conversion.
  • Incase the issue persists please try to uninstall the application software and reboot the machine and then install it again on the machine.
  • If the issue persist then contact the service provider, they will closely examine the issue on the application software and the computer machine and will fix the issue.
Answered By 0 points N/A #122064

Access violation at address 004D18BA error

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Hi there, please try this method:

First proceed to the start button and open the All programs icon. Select AVS4YOU and uninstall this one. Go back to the start button and choose run, from the open window print the regedit. When the registry editor opened delete the entire AVS4YOU folder.

Now proceed to the Local disk (C:) and go to Program files and delete AVS4YOU. Go back again to the menu of Local disc and then program files and delete the AVSMedia.

Back again from the Local disk and proceed to the Documents and Settings. From there go to All users and then to the Application Data and delete AVS4YOU.

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