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Attempt to access invalid address


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#1 cmckayboi

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Posted 10 May 2010 - 08:41 PM

I am running Windows XP. I have a 16-bit application that I use to play baseball games. I was playing games on Sunday when I received a popup saying that I was infected and should run a system scan. I realized this was a bogus spyware message and ignored it until I could finish my game. I shut everything down and ran a comprehensive scan with Norton 360. While I was doing that I received a message that Norton had detected a problem and removed it. After I finished my scan and rebooted my computer, I could no longer access my game. I received a message "attempt to access invalid address." There are 4 modules in the software program and I can only load one of the modules. The others all give me that error message. I went to the program disk to see if I could repair it with a reinstall and received the same error message when trying to run setup.

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#2 cmckayboi

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Posted 14 May 2010 - 05:27 PM

I did not get any replies to this issue but I wanted to post my resolution in case someone else needs the information. I went to the Spyware Removal tab on this website and used the instructions for removing the My Security Engine virus. I found over 1200 infections on my PC. I am now back up a running without any problems. Thank you for having my solution.

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Posted 28 May 2014 - 08:12 PM

"HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management\MoveImages

 

Change this to a 1. You appear to have an ASLR issue

 

Hope this helps






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