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Insufficient disk space: Before installing any new software or driver, verify free space availability of at least 100 to 500 megabytes on your PC's hard drive. I feel that we should do a better job of supporting each other rather than trying to disprove people's problems. inthemix: inside dance music | news | reviews | photos | forums | chat | what's on Contribute About inthemix Contact Us Privacy Policy Community Guidelines Advertising with us A Member This has been consistent with all C6 versions. his comment is here

Verify that your system has enough RAM to run various software applications. System 1:- Win10 64bit, Gigabyte H81M m/board, Intel i7 4790 3.6Ghz, 16Gb RAM, 2 x 1Tb HDD storage, NVIDIA GTX 750 Ti, Steinberg UR44; Cubase Pro 8.5.20, WaveLab Pro 9.0.25, Studio Usually an AV happens when you access memory that has been overwritten. But by reporting issues we all can help make it better.Don't get so wound up. useful reference

by Conman » Wed Aug 03, 2011 2:22 pm If it helps, looking for the cause of over use of space on my C drive on inspection I noticed that in It's quick and easy. Once I click away the error message the program seems the same. Music Video Production DJ & Hip Hop Production Equipment Forums Microphones Guitars and Basses The Rack Drums and Percussion Keyboards and Sound Modules MIDI Mania VSTs, Simulators, Sample Packs, Plugins Gear

Your system looks well up to spec though but I'd look to your bios settings first as whoever made your computer may have altered settings there, or maybe you did yourself Sigh.I can't debug the problem because I don't have the source. I could just live with every-5 min.-backups and constant crashes, a reboot works, but I do not like things when they do not behave right. Thread Status: Not open for further replies. 2005/01/26 werner Inactive Thread Starter Joined: 2005/01/26 Messages: 8 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 76 Computer Experience: intermediate Hi, "Exception code: C0000005 ACCESS_VIOLATION" seems

All of your assertions are wrong. Automatic System Restore will begin and restart the device once it completes. by lights » Fri Aug 05, 2011 3:51 am Thanks for being done. http://easysoftwareuk.com/exception-code-c0000005-access-violation-cubase.htm Sigh.I can't debug the problem because I don't have the source.

Many applications require installation of memory management programs. Cubase becomes totally unresponsive but keeps on playing. Join Date Jul 2011 Location Abingdon, VA Posts 2,934 Thanks 36 Thanked 19 Times in 15 Posts Rep Power 17963109 Just happened to me 2 weeks ago. If you knew the smallest amount about what you were asserting so vehemently you would know that breaking into the debugger would be useless without source and symbols.For the recordMe: Bachelor

This can be due to bad code, faulty RAM or even a bad device driver. Its the operating system telling you that a program has malfunctioned and tried to reference no mans land. Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Steinberg / Cubase User Forum Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums General Discussions Newbies User Contributions Recording Techniques Its not aimed at you - I think they're having a laugh at conman's expense; they're pre-empting him wading in with similar 'advice' for you (see earlier posts).

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Decided to enter this BBS and I am happy that I feel like I am on the track now. Find More Posts by blackboard101 Reply « Previous Thread Next Thread » Posting Rules + – You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post All the functions apear to work, and the saves work too (no coruption or anything). weblink MrHope09-28-2007, 11:21 PMI wonder if it's possible that the Cubase application is infected with a virus that is trying to do bad stuff not related to audio but to the operating

All Rights Reserved. I downloaded the suggested programs and will investigate the next crashes. I think the issue resides with the fact that your songs, as well as cubase itself, conflict with a lot of the "background" programs actively present while you work.

When a fault is reported, the processor restores the machine state to the state prior to the beginning of execution of the faulting instruction.

But I'll keep it in mind as a last resort. Anyone know that this is, and what causes it (and how to solve it)? the point is Cubase is crashing (almost all crashes are AVs or GPFs of some kind). -darren music: www.lightsfadelow.com follow lights fade low on facebook i7 980x 18GB RAM; ProFire2626; Win7; Before you realise that "griefing" is not allowewd by the forum rules.

Unless you upgrade to an actual Cubase product, the problems with probably persist. Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. Asus P6T deluxe; Core i7 920 2.67gHz; 12gig ram; Win7 Pro SP1; Roland Octa-Capture usb inteface; Cubase 6; and no 3rd party additions couple of hard drives PSU 750watt; NVidia GE check over here Traps A trap is an exception that is reported immediately following the execution of the trapping instruction.

You will need to reset your audio outputs (Devices, Device Setup, VST Audio System). Windows 7 64 SP1 ,i5 3.5 Ghz,16 RAM DDR3,Asus P8Z77-V LX ,SSD 250 GB,NVidia N8400GS,RME AIO,Macbook Air i5 2014,Cubase Pro 8.5, Wavelab 9, Halion 5, GA4,Pro Tools 12.5, UAD 2, SSL patents granted in the field (kind of lost track at this point). Never had any of these problems with the versions before.Most of the time the song plays and I can't stop it anymore.

PDA View Full Version : Access Violation error in Cubase Studio 4...please help! by jconstantine » Thu Aug 04, 2011 10:16 am Running the program like "Administrator" and with "Vista" compatibility seems that fixed the hang -crash on exit for me.No idea why but Most Exception Code C0000005 Access Violation Cubase errors are due to damaged files in a Windows operating system. Defective or deteriorating memory can result in software memory errors and even cause the whole system to crash.

by Conman » Wed Aug 03, 2011 2:40 pm Here: http://blogs.technet.com/b/askperf/arch ...