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If you are in need of access violation tech support, you've come to the right place. On this page you'll find answers to some of the most popular access violation tech support issues as reported by other customers. Pro audio equipment has become more complex than ever, and it is not uncommon to need help configuring even the most reliable gear. If you don't find the answer you are looking for here, please check the manufacturer's official website for more access violation tech support.

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When I launch Pro Tools I get an "Access Violation" error followed by "Fatal exception occurred. Pro Tools must exit. A log file written Referenced memory at, could not be read" on a Windows system.

In one case, this was resolved by repairing the installation of Pro Tools using "Repair" from the Installer disc or Installer file. To do this, locate the "Setup.exe" file in the "Pro Tools LE Installer" folder. Double click on "Setup.exe" to launch the Install Shield Wizard. Select "Repair" and click "Next". Continue through the installation process and restart your computer. Once your computer has restarted, launch Pro Tools.