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Windvd.exe Application Error

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#1 Kat91119


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Posted 13 May 2008 - 07:04 PM

In running InterVideo WinDVD I sometimes get this error (even after a reboot and closing processes running in the background):

WinDVD.exe Application Error
The Instruction at "0x7c809783" referenced memory at "0x00ad569c". The memory could not be "written". Click on OK to terminate the program.

I assumed it just didn't have enough memory or something. But it only seems to appear on certain DVDs. For example, I have a box set which contains 8 movies, however, there are 2 movies per disc. Sometimes I will get the error for movie #1, and get it about 20 times, but when I run movie #2 on the same disc I get no error. So far out of the 8 movies its only happened for 2 of them and they are not on the same disc.

I've searched around for this error a time or two but haven't been able to find my exact error.

For some background information I'm running Windows XP SP2 and the program came with my computer. I don't know how to tell what version it is as it doesn't say anywhere - that I can find.

It wouldn't be a big deal, as I don't watch movies on my computer, but I do take screen caps from films for my website, and with it closing all the time its a pain in the butt.

Any help would be great thanks!

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#2 garmanma


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Posted 13 May 2008 - 08:06 PM

While it could be not enough memory, there's also the chance the memory you have is damaged. You can download and run memtest86+ to find out. You might try each memory module separately
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#3 Kat91119

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Posted 13 May 2008 - 10:24 PM

I took a look, but that all seems very foreign to me. LOL

Any idea on which one I want?

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