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The memory could not be written

Hello. I have two PCs running Poser for 3d stuff. One machine is an i7, one AMD. One has a N-vidia one has ATI graphics. One has 16G ram, the other has 8.
One runs W7 pro the other W7 Home premium. What they have in common is that they both run Posers Firefly renderer, FFR over the network. Either you let Poser render your image or you ask the other machine to do it. Anyway. I have had this program for quite some time an everything was running smoothly until a Saturday two weeks ago. Just after the latest batch of updates. Both machine come up with an application error while rendering. "The memory could not be written"
The only system changes done during that time was the updates so i am convinced that something affected something and so on.
It says specifically: "FFRender64.exe - Application Error  The instruction at 0x402a9546 referenced memory at 0x000001a0. the memory could not be written. Click on OK to terminate the program"
Could somebody please come up with something? and please remember TWO machines, TWO CPU brands, TWO MB-brands, TWO GPU brands and yet the same problem!
Dick Andersson

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Last updated May 22, 2020 Views 91,861 Applies to:


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