N/APosted on - 10/16/2011
Has anyone encountered this error before and what have you done to solve it?
Please help, can't find any resource or forum on the Web dealing with this.
Thanks so much.
Access violation at address 007F3B7A in module uniQ.exe.Read of address
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Access violation at address 007F3B7A
Your post was very brief. You did not mention anything about the program you used that caused this error, the hardware specification of your computer, and the version of Windows that you are currently using.
But anyway, this error looks more of an internal error that originated in the application uniQ.exe. This uniQ.exe might just be another component of the software that you launched before the error appeared. Since the violation occurred in the file uniQ.exe, we can assume that maybe this program is incompatible with the Windows operating system that you are using.
Search for the minimum system requirements in the software’s documentation that is included in the package. You can find the program’s system requirements in the file readme.txt or in the file that has a .nfo extension or just open any .txt or .doc files in the installer’s files.
If you encounter any file with a .nfo extension, open it with notepad.