Memory could not be read
Posted on 2004-10-15
Hi, my computer just happen to have some weird problems after I install and uninstall a game yesterday. It was a korean game, so I can't really tell you what the game's name is (I am not korean)
After I uninstall the game, and reboots. The computer starts to behave strangely. Firstly, I tried to used icq2002a. But when I finish typing a msg, at the moment that I clicked the send button, it says "Microsoft Visual C++ runtime error" and "abnormal termination" or something.
Then yesterday night, I searched through the internet and try to find a solution. One person suggested that I may need to download a newer version of icq. So I did, and the error has gone.
But, that night, when I turn off icq, it gives me a "Memory could not be read" error.
I forgot the instruction and the reference memory names...
So that's the background story,
Now, today, I was playing Counter Strike on the net, however, it happens that i gives me two memory could not be read error. The first time I ignored it, the second time, I did copy down what happens
The intruction at 0x241F27b5 referenced memory at 0x00d28348. The memory could not be "read"
I fear that that's something wrong about the uninstall of the game that could have caused the problem. Any suggestions are all welcome.
I have read that installing the .NET framework could help the program, I just want to verify.
Also, I tried to use Memtest86 as a bootup floppy, but it doesn't run and just restarted my computer.
PS: I am using a Dual Channel DDR400 512mb ram * 2, a total of 1 gig RAM
Thank you to all who reply in advance