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I have speech recognition software which automatically updates the user file on close, this causes 0x5eddee referenced memory 78 could not be read to show.

Does anyone know how to stop this
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Try this:

Memtest86 is a stand alone program that cannot be executed under windows and must
be loaded from a floppy disk.

To install Memtest86:
- Extract the files from the zip archive
- Open the directory where the files were extracted and click on "install.bat".
- The install program will prompt you for the floppy drive and also prompt you to
insert a blank floppy.
- To run Memtest86 leave the floppy in the drive and reboot.

NOTE: After the boot floppy has been created you will not be able to read the floppy
from windows. This is normal.

If you fail the tests, then you most likely have failing memory. If you have overclocked or anything, then your settings may be wrong. Let me know what happens.

-=jonnyrotten=- :tazz:
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I ran Memtest 86 Version 3.2. It took 40 mins and did 8 tests, said pass then seemed to repeat the tests so I pressed escape, was this OK, or does it take a while. There is a 200GB Hard Drive and 2048MB Memory on the PC. It isn't overclocked, though I did update the BIOS and on the 2nd boot it said, overclocking had failed, press F2 to load defaults, which I did and it starts normally now.
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Memory tests okay. Is there a software update available for the program?
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It is Dragon Naturally Speaking 8 and there is not an update. It conflicts with Office 2003 but removing the speech recognition part of Office does not make any difference
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I have the same problem. :tazz: I just loaded Dragon 8 two days ago. Have you discovered how to fix this problem yet? I have same operating system. Thank You.
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They just e-mailed me, they haven't figured it out yet but have found a workaround, which is, go to programme files, open the scansoft folder and find natspeak.exe and right click it then select properties and then compatibility and select turn off advanced text services for this programme. Can you let me know how it goes as did a re-install of XP and haven't got round to putting Dragon back on yet
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Installed Dragon and the fix seems OK. Click start then My Computer, double click hard drive, double click programme files, double click scansoft, double click NaturallySpeaking 8, double click programme, scroll down to natspeak, (globe with dragon), right click then click properties and compatibility, tick the turn off advanced text services
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Thank you for the reply. The Dragon (DNS) fix seems to be working, however, I have a number of other programs that I could use DNS on and I have not had a chance to test them all. I'll let you know if I find any that will not work. Thanks again, Lenna :tazz:
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Good that the fix is OK, would be interested to know what else you can use it with, have XP Pro SP2 with Office 2003 Pro.
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