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LynX
05-02-2009, 05:22 PM
I use Windows Vista Ultimate + SP1, and recently I downloaded a copy of BurnAware Free. It looks good, since it can burn a majority of discs including Blu-Ray (Blah, I don't have a BD drive anyway).

I pressed the "Create Audio CD" button, and it brought up the "Audio CD" dialog. Normally I can press "Add" and add files to my projected disc to burn. However, when I try to add files, it respond me with a dialog box of

Access violation at address X in module "ntdll.dll". Write of address Y
where X and Y are 8 digit random hexadecimal values (e.g. 773659C3). They must be dynamic RAM addresses.

Could anyone tell me what is happening? Do I have to perform a memory scan, or is it not so compatible with Vista SP1?

Thanks.

Blam
05-02-2009, 05:26 PM
Try running memory diagnostics tool if you suspect a memory problem.

Start>Type in "mem" and select it.

Have you tried reinstall or system restore?

LynX
05-02-2009, 05:39 PM
Talking about System Restore, I did a system restore some time ago... because I used a trainer on my MW profile, and it screwed all the movies so they won't play.

But thanks for the advise... Really want to kick me in the head. IT WORKED!!! Thanks for the FAST reply.

Blam
05-02-2009, 05:42 PM
Great:thumbs::D