Memory access violation – what’s this?

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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.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #121912

Memory access violation – what’s this?



There are 3 step to repair c000000 error

If you got c000000 error then there is a 94% chance that your computer has registry problems. To repair c000000 error you need to follow the steps below:

* Step 1 – Download a c000000 error repair tool,install this error repair tool.
* Step 2 – Click the Repair All Button.It will scan you pc for Free.
* Step 3 – Then click the Repair All Button again and your done! It is very easy to repair c000000 error.

hope this solved your problem.


Answered By 0 points N/A #121914

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.

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Answered By 581830 points N/A #314156

Memory access violation – what’s this?


There can be many reasons why you receive that error and one is permissions. If you are using a non-admin account and you try to run the program, try running the program again with an administrator account then see if it works. On the other hand, if you are already using an admin account and you receive this error, try running the program using the “Run as” option.

Right-click the program then select “Run as administrator”. See if this works. If this doesn’t work, try running the program with your antivirus or internet security disabled then see if it works. If this worked, you should add the program to the exclusions list of your antivirus or internet security. Start your antivirus then go to “Settings” then look for “Exclusions” or something similar then add your program.

This will exclude the program from your antivirus’ real-time protection which scans every file that you open. Also, check that the program is compatible with your computer. Check the system requirements of the application and make sure your computer meets the requirements.

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