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    Error message "Memory could not be read"

    hi,
    New Pc of 2 months with Win XP Pro. .

    A few days, but often not even rarely shut down I get a error message that says:

    "" "" L 'education "0x0301c36d" he referred to the memory "0x00000154".
    The memory could not be "read" "" ""

    At the end must choose between 1) OK to terminate or 2) Cancel to perform
    debugging of 'application. . . (then turns off the computer normally)

    First thing you should choose. . ?

    I also scandisk and defrag (XP then I was told that there is little
    need them)
    Spybot in advanced mode indicates no errors in the register. . .

    What controls can do. . ?

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    Re: Error message "Memory could not be read"

    As for the error you from closing in, well is a lot inside to guess what might be. 90% chance this is just some software "educated" that is not "aware" that the system is arrested, but it is strange that there is only some time in this case.
    You may have some drivers not certified ... but really the information is too scarce to give an answer. Preclude in principle that could be a hardware problem somewhere.

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    Re: Error message "Memory could not be read"

    It seems to me that, sometimes, the 'error appears when Acrobat Reader requests

    What can I do to update?

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    Re: Error message "Memory could not be read"

    It seems to me that, sometimes, the 'error appears when Acrobat Reader requests

    What can I do to update?
    If Adobe is not involved ......., we will continue beaked error or we can use other readers. Pdf file, eg. Foxit Reader.

    I do not think it is an issue of Reader, if so all users around the world have the same problem (for example, I do not I).
    What version of Reader you have installed?

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    Re: Error message "Memory could not be read"

    This problem is caused by a file extension that contains more than 260 characters to the right of the period. The buffer overfills and causes the error message to occur.

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