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    AIM High Access Violations

    Hi All

    First of all, please accept my apologies if I am posting in the wrong thread.

    When trying to run AIM High on certain workstations we receive the following error message:

    EAccess Violation
    Access Violation at address 77182D24 in module ntdll.dll Write of address 46C7187E

    We are currently running CC4 and Win7 32bit clients. This error happens on a workstation basis and not login - so no difference if logged in as systemadmin or a normal user.

    I wondered if anyone else has encountered this issue, and more importantly what they have done to fix this?

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    If its Aim High for filling in reports I used this at my last school and found the support from the company that make aim high, 4c to be very helpful and knowledgeable. Have you tried that route?

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