596: Access violation at startup (Solved)

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BadDog
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596: Access violation at startup (Solved)

#1 Post by BadDog » 17.07.2012, 09:27

I get a "Access violation to FreeCommander.exe" every time I start it. If click "ignore" it works fine. This is under Win7 64bit.

Also still like to see default list view override for different directories so if you have list view as the default you can override it for a specific directory in case you want your picture folders to show large icons instead of the default list view.
Last edited by BadDog on 24.07.2012, 12:05, edited 1 time in total.

BadDog
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Re: 596: Access violation at startup

#2 Post by BadDog » 24.07.2012, 12:05

Did a Microsoft .Net Framework 4 repair and no longer get the access violation. Probably did something to the registry that effected none .Net 4 programs.

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