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Windows 7: c0000005 errors when running newly installed games

23 Jan 2014   #1
h00bh00b

7 premium 64
 
 
c0000005 errors when running newly installed games

Hi,

I've been having problems with games crashing with c0000005 as soon as I run them. This isn't happening with games I've had installed for a while, it has only started when i've tried to install new games in the last month or so. I've attached my files from the SF tool. I was wondering if anyone had any pointers?

Thanks in advance.




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23 Jan 2014   #2
archer

Windows 7 ultimate x64
 
 

Hi, Welcome to Seven forums.

A C0000005 Error is a Windows System error, not a VFP Error. It is an Exception Error that occurs when a process (application, driver, etc.) tries to execute a processor command that references memory outside the space allocated to that process by the Operating System.

There are many possible causes ranging from corrupt data tables, to a bad network connection, ActiveX controls, or Printer or Video driver errors.

And from the attached files, I will suggest you to install/update DirectX. Please update your system specs. Update the drivers for graphic card and sound.

Keep us posted.
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