Myob crashes

I have a client running Myob Premier 11 in a SBS 2003 R2 environement + second server 2003 Terminal server.
Granted they have a big data file (350Mb) but it gets optimised daily.
This is a computer hardware wholesaler so I can safely exclude hardware. I have replaced all of it already and reinstalled operating systems and programs several times.
The errors occur randomly from all workstations, clients and TS sessions. Workstations are XP sp2.
Myob says its environemental and they can't help...so what's new.

Error:
MYOB Premier - [Sales - New Item]: Myobp.exe - Application Error
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The instruction at "0x7c82be3e" referenced memory at "0x1717fff8". The memory could not be "read".

How can I fault find this and fix?
Olaf
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forrestoffCommented:
How much memory do you have in the system?
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Olaf De CeusterAuthor Commented:
TS has 4GB, Workstations 2GB,
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forrestoffCommented:
Okay, try this.  Perhaps the problem stems from a bad image in your virtual memory.

1. Right-click on My Computer and select Properties.
2. Click the Advanced Tab and select Settings under the Perfomance Options.
3. Click on the Advanced Tab and select Change under Virtual Memory.
4. Click No Paging File and clisk Set.
5. Click OK, OK, OK and tell the system to restart.
6. Let the system reboot...It will be slower than usual.
7. Right-click on My Computer and select Properties.
8. Click the Advanced Tab and select Settings under the Perfomance Options.
9. Click on the Advanced Tab and select Change under Virtual Memory.
10. Click Custom Size and set the Initial Size to (1.5 times your Physical Memory.)
11. Set Maximum to (2 times your Physical Memory.)
12. Click OK, OK, OK. No reboot required.

If this doesn't fix the issue, as much as it pains me to say this, you should try to uninstall myob and reinstall myob.  Before you do, however, do you still receive this error when you run the program in safe mode (with networking support)?  If you don't I'd suspect your display drivers/interface.
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Olaf De CeusterAuthor Commented:
Thanks forrestoff,

I have tried all of this already except for safe mode.
Since it is happening on all workstation including the terminal server it is unlikely to be hardware/drivers.
I have already replaced all the bits, even put in a new machine with clean install.Still happening.
Olaf
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Olaf De CeusterAuthor Commented:
Thanks for trying. I think the problem was a faulty switch. Time will tell
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