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Access Violation Errors

So I turned on my computer today and I got "Access violation at address 00000. Read of address 00000". Now I am click reatart. The window that comes up is now names "Ezupdt" and reads "Access violation at address 029820C0. Read of address 029820C0."


I have an AMD 8350 @ 4.0ghz on a M5a99FX pro R2.0 board with W7 HP 64bit.

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    Its actually cos you had bios security enabled in case others were looking for an answer.
  5. Josh Brumpton said:
    Origin. which keeps failing to install BF3.

    I think I might have gotten it before, but thought it was a 1 time thing.
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