Error on Windows 10 before restart "The instruction at 0x0000008 referenced memory..

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by darkodar, Oct 5, 2014.

  1. darkodar

    darkodar MDL Addicted

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    I have this error before restart:

    http://forums.mydigitallife.net/attachment.php?attachmentid=31368&stc=1

    How to fix , new Windows installed 2 times , No changes , memory tested no errors found!
     

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  2. xano

    xano MDL Member

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    Me too, and I think everyone else.
     
  3. PaulDesmond

    PaulDesmond MDL Magnet

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    certainly not everyone since "some" get along quite well with new os preview. Look after your hardware or overclocks or such, control your bios and don't always blame on windows :eek:
     
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  4. ambidav

    ambidav MDL Guru

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    I'm getting that also
     
  5. darkodar

    darkodar MDL Addicted

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    0x number is always different , this from picture is just example!
     
  6. PaulDesmond

    PaulDesmond MDL Magnet

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    really, never had such message ever :eek:
     
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  7. maddog0266

    maddog0266 MDL Expert

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    I get the same error when I exit Windows 10. Just rigth before the desktop goes off the screen.
    It then restarts normal. This happens with both systems running Windows 10.
     
  8. darkodar

    darkodar MDL Addicted

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    This is happen suddenly , not always!
     
  9. ambidav

    ambidav MDL Guru

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    Only happens on my laptop, haven't had such message running w10 on a desktop
     
  10. PaulDesmond

    PaulDesmond MDL Magnet

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    ran it on my Surface pro2 without any issues but made a backup of files and returned back to normal though

    strange :eek:
     
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  11. abbodi1406

    abbodi1406 MDL KB0000001

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    Did not get it, neither VM or real machine (laptop)
     
  12. PaulDesmond

    PaulDesmond MDL Magnet

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    same here, tried many different boxes now and different oses both architectures and found not a single bug since

    edit: no bug that leads to malfunction, not talking about unfinished things in this alpha software !
     
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  13. Hadron-Curious

    Hadron-Curious MDL Guru

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    You need to check the application or applications which were running during the time you tried to force-shut your Windows 10. The shortcut would be left in your Appdata directory. To avoid that dialog, always try to shut any program running first before shutting down your Windows OS 10 .
     
  14. moderate

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    #14 moderate, Oct 5, 2014
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    Yep, I have it too in VMware...

    ...according MS it is caused by servicing utility IELowUtil.exe, what sometimes hooks on Explorer.exe (when needed).
    That utility connects the sessions of IE, what run on different integrity level. (When you store cookie with IE process at Medium integrity, so you can read it later with IE process at High integrity etc.)

    It will be fixed in final RTM (same has happened in W8-0).
     
  15. RDaniel

    RDaniel MDL Novice

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    Same here, appears in VMWare just before shutdown, but not always...
     
  16. xano

    xano MDL Member

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    Just as others have said. It doesn't happen very often, I'd say 1 out of 10. It comes up right before restarting and it seems to be harmless. It doesn't seem to show up on Event Viewer. This is pre-beta software people. :)
     
  17. mimart7

    mimart7 MDL Senior Member

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    I had the same message in a VM, I've installed Enterprise, and no such error as of yet. I'm sure that error message sent to MS. You can always mention it in in Feedback.
     
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  18. xano

    xano MDL Member

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    I was going to mention it in the feedback app, but it was already there. :)
     
  19. Dolorous Edd

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    #19 Dolorous Edd, Oct 5, 2014
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    Had it once twice.
     
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  20. WaltC

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    I haven't seen such a bug, either--no show-stoppers. I've done a clean install & upgraded another box running 8.1x64 without difficulty (to see if it would work.) These are both desktop machines, though, with 1st-tier components & drivers (laptops are horrid little devices that should be banned...;)--saying it with a laugh, but I've successfully resisted them for 30 years, save those forced on me at times by various employers that only served to reinforce my avid dislike of the treacherous things.)

    Such an error appearing, at least on a desktop, I would say is either a hardware fault being exposed by the software, or else is the result of an application conflict/driver conflict which the OS is incorrectly identifying as a hardware fault, and since more than one person is reporting the identical error message I'd say the latter is more likely.
     
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