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Majestic

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I play hidden object games and have downloaded quite a few. Lately I keep getting a violation error that reads: Violation error 0x004091D3 @ 0x000000BB. I tried upgrading Direct X and my graphics card does not have an upgrade. The graphics of the games I am trying to download are not intense, they are actually pretty basic so I dont understand. I have googled and searched other engines for this specific error without success. Does anyone have any suggestions?
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Welcome to Geeks2Go!

Are you sure the games which trigger that error to appear are compatible with XP?

If they are XP compatible then it could be your antivirus 'real time' scanner (the "on-access" file scanner component) which is causing it. To confirm this you can temporarily disable that component then try playing one of those games that had the problem. It's not an ideal remedy to do that of course, but it's not meant to be a remedy. We just need to find out if that's causing it. Please post back with the outcome after trying that. It will give us at least one probable cause to eliminate if nothing else. Then we can proceed from there. Thank you for using Geeks2Go!
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also try running the games using Program Compatibility Mode...lowdown is here...
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You are both gonna yell at me!! LOL. My anti-virus program is non-existent and the games I am attempting to download are brand new releases. They are both listed as XP compatible. I only download games from BigFish Games. Should I run the compatibility wizard anyway?

Edited by Majestic, 24 April 2008 - 05:39 PM.

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without any malware tools we are just wasting time...
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