AVS Video Converter Application Problem

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Hi,

I have a scenario here that need some solution, while I am converting a video file using AVS, it stopped and displayed an error message, I cannot understand what is stated since its to technical. What Shall I do with this error?

AVS Video Converter 7.1 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.

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AVS Video Converter Application Problem

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Hello Gailflee,

This “Access violation at address 00000000……” error usually occurs when your application in your case (AVS Video Converter) tried to use a portion of RAM or Random Access Memory that is already been using by another process or AVS has no valid access. In that case your application will try to access the Random Access Memory that is already been reserved to your O.S or Operating System. This is what causes you application to crash.

Try this solution that might fix the problem.

Try to update your operating system to the latest version.

Do a virus or malware scan to be sure that this is not cause by some virus attack.

Try to download the latest patch or update to AVS Video Converter.

Reboot your system and run a registry cleaner to fix invalid entries to the registry.

Thanks.

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