Exception EAccessViolation in module SQLAcc

June 21, 2009 at 21:57:58
Specs: Windows XP
When my SQL Accounting is running,It will display this problem:

Exception EAccessViolation in module SQLAcc.exe at 000041f1, Access violation at address 004041f1 in module 'SQLAcc.exe',Read of address 000000f4


Why this problem happen??How to solve it??

Please advise..
tq


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#1
June 28, 2009 at 10:53:27
You have made a Topic in the Win 95/98 forum, but you list your OS as Win XP.
Are you using this software in XP?
......

I searched using:
Exception EAccess Violation in module SQLAcc.exe
and
Exception Access Violation in module SQLAcc.exe
and
Violation in module SQLAcc.exe

- I get only 3 "hits" - all of them with exactly the same "...at 000041f1, Access violation at address 004041f1..."
Are all of them yours?

Obviously your error is not common.

Did you try the maker's pages here?

http://www.estream.com.my/support/

http://www.estream.com.my/contact/

E-mailing them?

Are you able to still use the software when you get that error?

Without having info I can find, the only thing I can suggect is for you to backup the stuff in the program you don't want to lose, un-install the software in Add Remove Prgrams in Control Panel, then install the software again, and then restore what you backed up.

NOTE that you are always supposed to have a minimum number of programs running whenever you install software, especially major software, and it's often a VERY good idea to DISABLE the resident modules - the part that runs all the time the operating system is running - of all anti-malware software on your sytem BEFORE you install the software.


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#2
June 28, 2009 at 21:19:05
Hi'
Sorry for confusing u..
actually i'm using this software in Windows Xp..

1)Yes...all of that "HIT" is mine..
2) I Already try to contact them but needs to pay for the Technical Services.
3)I cannot use this software,when this error happen.

Actually i already re-install this program few times,and still not working..


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#3
June 29, 2009 at 09:13:40
"...i'm using this software in Windows Xp.."

Then you should have made this Topic in the XP forum - the Hardware and XP forums on this web site are probably the busiest , and more people are likely to see your Topic and possibly answer it.

"I cannot use this software,when this error happen."

Bummer.

"I Already try to contact them but needs to pay for the Technical Services."

You should be able to email them free in any case here:
http://www.estream.com.my/contact/

Are you just assuming that?
Online support is almost always free.
If you haven't done so already, try clicking on
SQL Online support
here:
http://www.estream.com.my/support/
and installing the support.exe program.
That may enable the greyed out FAQ and Knowledge Base on that page.
........

However, in any case, since no one else is getting this error, I think it's likely something went wrong while installing the software.

"Actually i already re-install this program few times,and still not working.. "

Did you un-install it the proper way in Add or Remove Programs BEFORE you re-installed it?

I was going to also suggest you run a hard drive manufacturer's diagnostics program, but that's probably not necessary, IF you un-installed the software properly BEFORE re-installing it - you probably would not get the same error again if the hard drive were failing after installing the software again.
But you could try that anyway....
Check your hard drive with the manufacturer's diagnostics.
See the latter part of response 1 in this:
http://www.computing.net/windows95/...

(thanks to Dan Penny for this link:)
Hard Drive Diagnostics Tools and Utilities
http://www.tacktech.com/display.cfm...

If you don't have a floppy drive, you can get a CD image diagnostic utility from most hard drive manufacturer's web sites, but obviously you would need to make a burned CD, preferably a CD-R for best compatibilty, on another computer if you need to.

If the hard drive itself tests okay, any data problems found can be fixed, one way or another.
.....

It's sometimes VERY important that you do this, especially regarding disabling the resident modules for anti-malware software - the resident module may prevent the software from installing properly and usually you see absolutely no indication of that while installing the software.If you don't know how to disable the resident modules, or whether you have any, tell me what anti-malware software you have installed.

"NOTE that you are always supposed to have a minimum number of programs running whenever you install software, especially major software, and it's often a VERY good idea to DISABLE the resident modules - the part that runs all the time the operating system is running - of all anti-malware software on your sytem BEFORE you install the software."

E.g.
Free and Paid AVG, Avast!, Spybot; Trial and Paid Symantec/Norton products have one or more resident modules.
Free AdAware, Malwarebytes do not have a resident module.




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#4
June 29, 2009 at 20:21:47
Hi,

1)"You should be able to email them free in any case here"

Actually i already sent the e-mail to them,and they sent an e-mail only for reducing this problem.For the second time it's need to pay for the Technical Services.

2) Did you un-install it the proper way in Add or Remove Programs BEFORE you re-installed it?

I uninstall this program using the Add or Remove Program in Control Panel.

3)If you don't know how to disable the resident modules, or whether you have any, tell me what anti-malware software you have installed.

Ok.After i re-install the software,i try to check the spyware using the Spybot.How to disable the resident modules of this spybot.Maybe i need to disable it and try to re-install this program(SQL Accounting)again.

Please advice.
regard's
Thank's
Zul


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#5
June 30, 2009 at 09:28:49
How to disable Spybot-S&D temporarily
http://www.safer-networking.org/en/...

FAQs
http://www.safer-networking.org/en/...
Many subjects including:
Is Spybot-S&D compatible with other resident protection tools?
What is the Resident TeaTimer?

Spybot is primarily anti-spyware.

What are you using for anti-virus??

Software firewalls can sometimes also cause problems when you are installing software.
Are you using a software firewall , other than the sort-of firewall in Spybot or the default Windows one?
........

NOTE that it is well known that SpyBot has had bugs in it several times in the past that have caused it to do HARMFUL things to your computer when you have it remove certain things. In some cases you could not fix the problems that causes without having to re-install Windows from scratch, or at least having to run a Repair installation of Windows (the second Repair option when you boot using the Windows CD) , unless you have NOT turned System Restore off and can load a previous restore point, and even then that may not help if Spybot has deleted certain files it shouldn't have deleted (they don't show up in the Recycle Bin).
Personally, for that reason, I don't recommend anyone use Spybot.
e.g. AdAware isn't known for causing problems like that, and some free anti-malware programs often have at least some anti-spyware protection built in as well as anti-virus protection.

If you connect to the internet through a router, it has a hardware based firewall that probably blocks 99% or more of harmful malware, that can access your computer without you having done anything, with even it's default settings. Personally, I connect through a router, I make sure all Critical and Security Microsoft updates are loaded, and I don't use a software firewall in XP other than the built into Windows one, and I don't use any software firewall for my Win 98SE computer.


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#6
July 1, 2009 at 19:52:40
1)http://www.safer-networking.org/en/...

Thank's,I will try this site.


2)What are you using for anti-virus??

I'm using AVG free edtion


3)Are you using a software firewall , other than the sort-of firewall in Spybot or the default Windows one?

Actually i'm not using any other Firewall software.Just using the window's default firewall only.


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#7
July 3, 2009 at 08:16:59
In AVG 8.x free I recommend you disable it's Resident Shield before you install software, especiially when it's major software you're installing. It usually doesn't interfere with software installations, but sometimes it does, and when it does you may not get any indication something has gone wrong while installing the software .
Double click on the AVG icon on your desktop screen (or on AVG Free User Interface under the AVG 8.x iheading listed in the All Programs list) - select Tools - Advanced Settings - Resident Shield.
Click on the small square box beside Enable... to remove the checkmark, click on OK at the bottom of the window.
You can Enable it in the same place once your software has been successfully installed.

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#8
July 6, 2009 at 00:27:46
Ok..thank's a lot for the solution..i'll try this.

Regard's


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