Error referenced in memory...


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    Error referenced in memory...


    I had "error referenced in memory" pop-out error window in 1 program only! And another user said: he had it too, so I thought it was issue of that program! But a month later... now I restarted PC and I got the same error! Title was - explorer.exe. While I ran memtest, after first seeing the error. And nothing showed, tho I have only 4 passes (free edition). Also I don't have any other issues, which would point to RAM.

    SFC/DISM found no corruption
    no new errors in Event Viewer!

    Anyone has idea, why I Am seeing this error Window? I couldn't print screen it, it happened when I was restarting PC, after I was logged out... I have 16GB RAM and page file set to system managed. Also no AV detections long time! Nothing on this install. Doubt disk errors, NVME system disk is new and checked it recently chkdsk /b /v and it has good values in SMART!

    I Am on Windows 10 Pro x64 20H2 original.
    Last edited by empleat; 16 Apr 2021 at 12:05.
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    empleat said:
    I couldn't print screen it, it happened when I was restarting PC, after I was logged out...
    If you can take a photo of it and post the photo here, perhaps some pre-eminent members will come to help you.
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    Matthew Wai said:
    If you can take a photo of it and post the photo here, perhaps some pre-eminent members will come to help you.
    I was logged out already when it showed, during process of restarting, didn't happen since... Also I don't think message is relevant. It is "error referenced in memory at" error, which will point to some arbitrary memory address anyway. Don't think there is anything else in the error message, that would help! But if it happen again, I will printscreen, if i can!
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