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Evviitta

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Hello, I am new using this forum and hopefully some light can be shed on my problem.  I was not able to boot/run computer whatsoever today.  Was running just fine before, however, I now am getting a note stating "The instruction at 0x00007FFCFF917E03referenced memory at 0x0000000000000000001.  The memory could not be written.  Click on OK to terminate  the program."       I have Windows 10 and I cannot offer any other info  on the computer as I cannot access computer at all.  Does this mean I need to get another computer?  I thank you for your assistance. Evviitta


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You can check system memory for errors if found any you will need to replace the memory with errors. You can use Memtest86+ to test system memory.


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Thank you, however I cannot check anything in the system as I cannot access anything in  the computer.  All I get is the one note I have listed.


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There is not much we can do if you don't have working computer to create Memtest86+ CD.

Do you have Windows 10 Setup DVD?


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Yes, 


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Boot your computer with Windows 10 Setup DVD and from Windows Recovery Environment (WinRE) use Automatic Repair, System Restore tools to repair Windows 10.


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