Internal Error – Memory Access Violation

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I keep getting the error “software exception c000000 (memory access violation”.
 
Can anyone please tell me what it means?
 
I also get this:
 
Internal error,
software exception c000000
(memory access violation)

 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #161059

Internal Error – Memory Access Violation

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I keep getting the error “software exception c000000 (memory access violation)”.
 
Can anyone please tell me what it means?
 
I also get this:
 
Internal error,software exception c000000 (memory access violation)
 

Those errors are the appearing because your computer is having registry problems. It can be that a virus has corrupted the operating system of your computer or you had done an action that made the registry settings corrupted. But don’t worry; it can be fixed by doing these instructions:

1.    You must download a c000000 error repair tool and install this error repair tool.

2.    Click the Repair All Button and it will scan your computer.

3.    Click the button again to finish the process.

 

After you execute these steps, your computer must be fixed then. For you not to search anymore, this is the download link for the c000000 repair tool: http://www.fixerrordiy.com/ttfix-c000000_error-zz0001

 

 

Answered By 562865 points N/A #161060

Internal Error – Memory Access Violation

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A memory access violation in a program is sometimes a glitch or an unexpected error. It’s like an accident that causes an error while the program is running. When this error appears, try restarting your computer and run the program again. Usually, it runs back to normal. But if the error constantly appears, make sure you meet all the requirements.

Check the system requirements in the documentations included in the installation or find a file labeled “readme” because it normally lists the system specifications of the software. You can find it in the installation folder of the program. If you can’t find it there or the “readme” file doesn’t list the requirements, visit the website where it is downloaded and check the information there.

Another way is to run the application as administrator. This is usually done when a program commits a permission error. Right-click on the program’s shortcut on your desktop and then select Properties. Select Compatibility tab and check “Run this program as an administrator” under “Privilege level” section. Click OK and then try the program again.

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