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Access of violation

By circusboy01
Sep 7, 2012
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  1. I get this access violation of address while my Lenovo idea centerK300 Windows 7 home premium(x64) service pack 1 (build7601) is powering up (booting)

    Access violation at address 500864301 in module 'rtl150.bpl'read of address00000004 My PC boots up just fine despite this warning. But I would still like to get rid of it, and I don't want to bring my PC back to factory settings again.
    I hope I wrote all the figures down correctly, and in the proper order, or at least close enough so you know what I'm talking about.
    I was down and out for the past week. Chills and fever. I'm okay now put every time .I type something I seem to spend more time backspacing to get rid ofaccess letters that don't
    belong in the words.I try typing slow.which is easy for me, because I am not a fast typer.But I still hit double keys, adding letters that are not in the word. Eventually I will get it together. Meanwhile please forgive the extra letters. If I get too lazy to back space them out.
     
  2. Zoltan Head

    Zoltan Head TS Enthusiast Posts: 268   +27

    Could be flaky or incompatible memory, try reseating RAM, if more than one card, try booting on one at a time, try running memory checker (maybe one card's on the way out?).
    Hope this helps. :)
     


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