03-05-2013 12:17 PM
OK I DOWN LOADED SOFTWARE WHICH DOWN LOADED OK ON TO MY COMPUTER.THE PROBLEM I'M GETTING IS WHEN I TRY TO BRING UP THE SOFTWARE ICON I AM GETTING A ERROR MESSAGE THAT SAYS "EACCESS VIOLATION" IT WON'T LET ME GET INTO THE SOFTWARE.WHAT CAN I DO TO FIX THIS PROBLEM?
03-06-2013 01:48 PM
An EAccess violation occurs when the operating system reports and access violation. That means it is notifying you that you are trying to access invalid memory. Many people can receive this notification in error from outdated or erroneous device drivers. You are also likely to see this notification in Windows when you reinstall Windows and you have not yet updated with the service packs. You can help prevent these kinds of errors from occurring by updating your device drivers after formatting and reinstalling your operating system or installing a Windows service pack. Always install the latest service pack BEFORE going through and updating your device drivers.
Step 1: Check for updates this will also update the service pack if needed.
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