Access violation in dcc70.dll

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Delphi
Delphi 7
Delphi 7.0
Delphi Access Violation
Delphi error messages
Hi, I'm trying to run a delphi (V 7.0) application and as I hit the run button I'm getting an 'Access violation at address 00ACF337 in module dcc70.dll. Read of address 000000C4' error message. I used a dcc70.dll repair tool and the problem was not solved. Any idea of how to fix this problem? Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks, Sami

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It could be a compatibility issue between the application and the OS. What OS was this application designed for, and what is the OS that you are trying to run it on ?

If you have the source code, you could try re-compiling the program on your current OS.

Have you tried running it on another machine ?

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  • Samiwayne
    The application was originally developed to run on Win2000, and I'm trying to run it on XP. It runs ok on Win2000, but I'm having this problem when I try to run on XP. Thanks, Sami
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  • Gilmario
    Hello !!!    Click on the START menu then RUN and enter 
    c:\Program Files\Borland\Delphi7\bin\D7RegClean.exe 
      press NEXT FINISH YES YES ok problem solved editor back to work without the memory violation error.
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