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The instruction at "0x00568838" referenced memory at "0x00000018".  The memonry could not be read.

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I am running Crystals 2008 report that has three sub reports.  Each time I run it I experience this error.  Could you tell what would cause this error?
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are you able to run the subreports separately (each as individual reports)?
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by:cookiejar
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Yes
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it's entirely possible that error is coming from the OS... and that you have bad RAM.  i'd run a RAM integrity check using something like "memtest"

also, make sure CR is fully updated.

you might also try this:
http://ranjitkumars.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!BB4008E287FD8AC5!213.entry
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