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"0x0ed3435" Etc...

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Hello...

First let me say that overall I find EMC 10 lovely and wonderful...it satisfies most of my media needs...

I do however have one issue I would like to remedy...

 

After I exit EMC 10 (Doesn't matter what component I use) I get the following message:

 

The instruction at "0x0ed3435" referenced memory at "0x06123b08." The memory couldn't be "read." Click "OK" to terminate the program.

 

My system:

Windows XP Pro version 2002 Service Pack2

Pentium 4 CPU 1.80GHz

1.00 GB of RAM

 

Solutions anyone?

 

Thank you very much!

Best,

amba

Edited by ambadextro

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I have a similar very frustrating problem - except more serious as it doesn't allow me to access all the audio features of ECM 10.

Infact, the only features I can access without the tool crash and that similar error are:

 

Audio Guide

Audio CD

Juke Box CD

Rip CDs

 

All the others crash with a similar error message - The instruction at "0x0ed3435" referenced memory at "0x06123b08." The memory couldn't be "read." Click "OK" to terminate the program.

 

Except the values are slightly different.

 

I've tried new DX install etc... recommended via the ticket support system.

 

So, I can't really use ECM10 at this point.

 

Any suggestions?

 

Also - I do NOT have Napster installed on my machine.

 

SYS SPEC

 

Win XP Home

160 GB HD

Pentium IV - 3 Gightz dual core. ( Not Core 2 Duo)

2 GIG RAM

SB Live Sound Card - and Integrated Intel disabled.(ie I use the SB Live Card - but have tried both to no avail - both cards appear fine on other sound applications - Reaper - Sound Forge - games etc)

 

nVidia 6200 Turbocash.

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I am using EMC 9 and I also get memory referenced error, but I got this whilst using Creator Classic and it also made 4 of my files disappear!?.

 

 

Here is my system:

Win XP Home SP3

IE 7

Zonealarm

Creative Audigy 2 (on board audio off)

QDI Kinetiz 7E mobo

5 port USB hub

NEC DVD-RW ND-3520A DL

Hitachi hard disk

 

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I am using EMC 9 and I also get memory referenced error, but I got this whilst using Creator Classic and it also made 4 of my files disappear!?.

 

 

Here is my system:

Win XP Home SP3

IE 7

Zonealarm

Creative Audigy 2 (on board audio off)

QDI Kinetiz 7E mobo

5 port USB hub

NEC DVD-RW ND-3520A DL

Hitachi hard disk

 

Turn off Zone Alarm, and follow your other threads, instead of hijacking a dead 7 month old thread.

 

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