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Bobbiwins

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I am trying to watch a series of videos and about 3/4 of the way through about 90% of the screen turns all red and blocks everything out. I get this message: "The instruction at Ox3004e11e referenced memory at Oxoooooo198. The memory could not be "written".

I checked my virtual memory and it is at max with over 29000 available, I have tried this with IE7 and Mozilla and have the same problem.
It also says to hit ok to cancel the program or hit cancel to debug it, which also closes it.
Thank you
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Hello Bobbiwins and welcome to GeekstoGo,

Are you still experiencing this issue?

If so, can I ask a few questions to help us correctly diagnose the problem?
What program are you using to watch the videos in?
Do you have a display problem at any other time?
What Format are the videos in?
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Bobbiwins

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No I am all set. However I do have another problem. I have 4 or 5 web sites and although I set the color for them, when I access them there is no color, although others accessing the site see it fine. Can you tell me what causes this? Thank you.
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Hello Bobbiwins,

Glad you fixed your problem. What was the solution?

Having problems with web development might want to try our Web Development Area. There is some tutorials there and poster's who are very good at programing and designing web pages.

Edited by tuxmaster, 16 October 2007 - 07:52 AM.

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