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Old 05-16-2009, 01:17 AM   #1
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The instruction at -- referenced memory at --. The memory could not be read."

In my MDB I am getting (not 100% of the time but) way too often

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The instruction at "0x7c90100b" referenced memory at "0x00000014" The memory could not be read"
It closes access - which does not close properly.

Generally the form that I was on is also made corrupt and will not open in design mode. A decompile will however fix that.


I know that without further information nobody can tell me why - but my first question is;

Is this due to my coding or is this only something to do with XP and MS Access?

Thanks in advance to anyone that has seen this before.

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Re: The instruction at -- referenced memory at --. The memory could not be read."

I don't think this is an access problem more likely a hardware fault, 0x00000014 is a memory address, the other number I think is a CPU instruction reference number. I would run a memtest and swap out your ram as a fault finding exercise.

Try http://www.memtest.org/ for memory testing its free for personal use.

Good luck John
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Re: The instruction at -- referenced memory at --. The memory could not be read."

Thanks John for your reply.

I know this was a needle in a haystack question, but I have been working on narrowing down when the error happens and then exactly what causes the error.

It turned out to be on a Access Form with a webbrowser control on it where the user browsers to a website with a java control on it and instead of browsering away from the site the user closes the Access form. For some reason this causes an error. So I will just stop users from doing it.

It ended up being very specific.

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