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Win32 -Exception

Postby fantozzi on 29 Jul 2008, 07:12

hello, can anybody help me with this?
while trying to host a game(cuz i cant see any servers) the following error appears:

Access violation (code c0000005) at 693C6F18

A memory dump has been created and stored at:
C:/..Application data/Zero ballistics/\Zero ballistics.bmp

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Re: Win32 -Exception

Postby Michael on 29 Jul 2008, 09:25

Could you please send the dump file to:

support (at) quanticode.com

we'll take a look at the error. Thank you.
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Re: Win32 -Exception

Postby mellus on 29 Mar 2011, 23:37

I have windows xp and got the same error msg as above:
access violation (code c0000005) at 6942B168
a memory dump has been created and stored at: C:/documents & settings....etc
When i try to open that file, it says windows doesn't know what program wrote it, so it can't open it. I tried notepad, adobeacrobat, wordpad, and MS word....no success.

ty for any help
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Re: Win32 -Exception

Postby Michael on 06 Apr 2011, 20:53

Hi mellus

the memory dump can only be opened with special programs like VisualStudio or the minidump package from M$.

What OS version are running the game on and what hardware r u using? Sometimes a graphics driver update just does the trick.

kind regards,
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Re: Win32 -Exception

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