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Can someone let me know what this memory dump means???

By Silly Rabbit
Oct 17, 2007
  1. I'm trying to enter an unlock code for a piece of software. I get a stop error immediately after each & every time I correctly enter the unlock key. I do not get stop errors any other time.

    I did have problems with Folder Lock but moved Folder Lock to another drive. IOW, Folder Lock is not running on the drive this software is running on. (The software I'm trying to unlock is installed on F drive & Folder Lock is running on the I drive.) Would it/could it still interfere?

    Anyway, here's the stop error/BSOD:

    0x0000008e
    (oxc0000005, 0x804f28da, 0xed1e87b8, 0x00000000)

    No devices or drivers are mentioned in the stop error. Nor have I updated any drivers or added any devices.

    I'm also attaching a debuglog.txt from this stop error/BSOD.

    Can someone PLEASE let me know what's causing this?

    Thank you!

    PS - I'm running Windows XP SP2.
     
  2. peterdiva

    peterdiva TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 1,088

    Folder Lock is still the problem. It doesn't matter which drive it's installed on as the system files are copied to the Windows directory on C:\ and then loaded into memory on startup. The only way to stop it interfering is to stop the file from being loaded at startup or to uninstall the program completely.
     
  3. Silly Rabbit

    Silly Rabbit TS Rookie Topic Starter

    THANK YOU, Peterdiva!
     
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