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r6025 pure virtual function call


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mrsmuffins22

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i HOPE SOMEONE CAN HELP! i HAVE WINDOWS XP MEDIA EDITION AND YESTERDAY NOTICED i WAS GETTING THIS ERROR AND THE MEDIA DIRECT BUTTON WOULD NOT WORK. I TALKED TO A DELL TECK GUY AND HE TOLD ME TO REINSTALL EVERYTHING. i WAS ABLE TO PLAY AROUND AND SOMEHOW MANAGE TO GET THE MEDIA DIRECT TO WORK BUT I AM STILL GETTING THIS ERROR r6025 pure virtual function call AND ITS WHEN I'M IN THE SONIC PROGRAM. THINK IT ALSO SAYS MEDI(CANT REMEMBER) EXE ERROR. HAS ANYONE GOT A EASY FIX FOR A NOVICE USER?
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I JUST WENT BACK AND GOT SOME MORE INFO. FIRST IT SAYS MEDIAHUB.EXE ERROR THEN ANOTHER BOX SAYS 0X003EB3BB REFERENCED MEMORY AT OX12963A61 THE MEMORY COULD NOT BE WRITTEN
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Argh, my poor ears! :whistling: Please don't type in all capital letters, it makes you look as if you are shouting, which is also a bit rude in most areas.

Pure function calls usually mean your Sonic program is doing something it shouldn't. Often this is due to a conflict with something else on the computer. Do you have any other programs on the computer that do the same job as your Sonic program?
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sorry for using capital letters, i have a ms and my eyes are not what they should be so caps are easier to read.i thought this was a user friendly site but i guess not.
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