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Hi

I have a copy of the game score cheating software, Quick Memory Editor. However, everytime I run it on my visual  studio .exe, my visual studio crashes. Any ideas how i can get it to search for memory on my visual studio .exe without crashing?

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Question by:LuckyLucks
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You mean an executable created with Visual Studio or Visual Studio itself?
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an executable created with Visual Studio.

I also wanted to make a correction:

When the search starts (task being  the .exe), my entire computer crashes , not just the visual studio i.e my computer restarts.
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Ah, I see. Can you try the Windows memory test tool (http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/Diagnosing-memory-problems-on-your-computer)? Such a behaviour suggests that there is a problem with your physical RAM.
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by:LuckyLucks
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It can't be a physical RAM problem because the Quick Memory Editor works with other .exe 's (other than Visual Studio's .exe) , just not on the visual studio's .exe
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Hmm, then what is the exact STOP code you get when it restarts?
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You might be getting a blue screen!
Your program is trying to write to invalid location in memory or it might be reserved by some other apps. Run your app under a debugger(Windbg) and find the spot! Else in visual studio itself you can start debugging step by step and see where it's happening.
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i am not getting  a blue screen. It just hangs and restarts. Also, I don't see the point in using visual studio debugger and doing a step by step to see where its happening (@subrat2009) since the problem happens when i use QuickMemoryEditor in conjunction with me visual studi .exe (not when using studio .exe by itself).
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I am not getting a STOP code. I just get the blue circle (that means it is doing something or hanging and then it restarts.
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i have no objections.thanks
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None really were answers....but thank you for attempting to help.
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