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Memory could not be read

By gaitedhorse128 ·
While trying to open Quick Books, I get a C43 error which tells me to open the company file and close all and then verify data. The problem is that I can't open the company file to fix it. I have to click to abort it. After I click OK, a box pops up that tells me that an instruction at 0 X 004083db referenced at 0 X 025d368c. The memory could not be read.
I checked Microsoft's website and I read that this occurs because the operating system does not allocate a large enough buffer for the maximum string length permitted. When the data is greater than the buffer size, the Winlogon service terminates abnormally and your computer generates the error message.
The problem is that this is in reference to Win 2000 and not for XP.
XP is up to date on this PC, I've never had problems before with Quick Books or XP. Any thoughts?

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by BobHo In reply to Memory could not be read

I don't believe it's a Microsoft error. I think it's a QuicBooks error. You should be looking to Intuit's site for information.

Here's a link with causes annd ways to fix a c=43 error in QuickBooks:



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by sgt_shultz In reply to Memory could not be read

you sure you don't have a virus?

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by adamzapple In reply to Memory could not be read

I would say that it could very well be a Microsoft XP error anyway, because since the release of SP 2 I have seen no less than 1000 pages on the net asking for an answer to the very same question.
Each request for advice on the problem seems to have a different program that causes error.I get the error message any old time that windows XP feels like being a *****.
So I would say that there is a 99.9% probabality that it is a Windows problem because it only started for me and most other people after the instalation of SP2.

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