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memory could not be read...

Discussion in 'Archive' started by darkyojimbo, Aug 26, 2015.

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  1. darkyojimbo

    darkyojimbo User

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    hello i have a l2.exe error ONLY when i disconnect from the game (close game) that reads l2.exe error the memory could not be read,how can i fix this annoying pop up after i disconnect from the game?

    again my game runs good its just after i close the game that error appears,my pc is new and recently formatted.

    pc specs:

    windows 10 pro 64 bits
    asus maximus hero VII
    asus strix 970 gtx
    g.skill 16 gb ram 2400 mhz
    intel i7 4790k (running at 4.4 ghz with turbo boost)
    kingston ssd 250 gb
    corsair vs 650 w
     
  2. LikeAVirgin

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    same here, its a deadlock.
     
  3. darkyojimbo

    darkyojimbo User

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    hello likeavirgin i appretiate your answer but im from portugal and my english is not very good,what do you mean by "deadlock" ?
    Aug 27, 2015
    ok i googled it and i had some idea of what deadlock means,its something abouth hyperthreading and multitasking from what i understood,i just asked because in my old pc (core2duo,2gbram667,7950gt,windows7,hdd) that didnt happen...

    im very gratefull for your answer likeavirgin :)
    Aug 27, 2015
    i hope there was a fiz for this :) if anyone has experience in this please fell free to reply!
     
  4. Lomyr

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    Same problem but with W7; as it is when you exit L2 it is not very disturbing :D
     
  5. casillias

    casillias Technical specialist Innova Group

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    It is a non-fixable thing since... ancient times... There's nothing wrong with your PC and does not harm you...
     
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