N/APosted on - 12/11/2011
Hi! This message keeps on appearing on my computer screen: Exiting an Internal error, “software exception c000000 (memory access violation)”.
Does anyone have any idea what this error mean and what I should do to get rid of it? Thanks in advance for any help.
Memory access violation – what’s this?
That kind of error occurs as a result of your computer having registry problems. Either:
A virus has corrupted your operating systems registry settings or
You performed an action that led to the corruption of the registry entries.
And therefore you will need to fix the errors with the registries as follows:
You will to the internet and search for a c000000 repair tool and download it and the install it on your computer.
Run the repair tool, and then be sure to click on the repair all button. Your PC will be scanned to registry errors.
You will click on the repair all button again to finish the process, and your PC should be good now.