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JOSEPH CEASAR asked on JOSEPH CEASAR. Status: Answered & Closed.

SecurView.exe Gets Access Denied Error APPCRASH

» This program has been a thorn in my side for years. I have used it on many computer with XP Vista and now windows 7. All had problems with errors: program stoped responding with Exception Code: c0000005. When it was on a vista machine it would still function behind the message, which i lived with. On 7 it completely stops. The vista machine died and this point I have to run it on my primary computer which is running 7.

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» Secureview is program to control and record survailance cameras from desktop. These are wireless ip cameras running on a dedicated link to router

Comparing with appcrash, an exception is much easier to fix and easy to handle. An application crash can occur when the application is incompatible with an operating system (OS), it can occur when the application is trying to access a memory block by pointing to a memory address (Can be classified as an exception). An exception is something that is known before, I mean if I invoke a method in my program code, and I have done some tests, I know which parts of the code shall be surrounded with try-catch()blocks.

I am also aware of how I shall handle those exceptions. The easiest way to handlethe exception is by prompting the user a simple message telling him/her about the exception that just occurred. An application crash is something we cannot predict, I mean I would NOT know if my program would crash on another machine or maybe third-party software will cause my application to crash, because of memory restrictions or because of interfering.

Corrupted or missing dll file also cause the appcrash. In this case, you need to remove the virus/trojan(Trojan:Win32/Comitsproc) or malware which lead to this problem. And then use DLL Suite to restore the inflicted dll files and other associated files. Please just do as follows:

Download DLL Suite, install and run > Click Dashboard menu and > Click Scan DLL Errors button > Click Fix DLL Errors button after the scan. In DLL Suite's Dashboard menu there is a built-in feature of Fix EXE Virus, which aims to remove all .exe file related problem.

MARIAN MCAULAY replied on January 26, 2013

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  1. SHELLEY HOLT replied on January 21, 2013: » Very often "Exception Code: c0000005" is an indication of an Access Permissions problem.

    Even though you may be an Administrator try this option, if you haven't already. Try right-clicking on the shortcut to the program, or the .exe, and selecting the "Run As Administrator" option? Have a look at the option to always run this program as an Administrator via the Compatibility Tab and the Privilege Setting and "Change Settings for all users" down at the bottom.

  2. SYLVESTER ADAMS replied on January 21, 2013: » Pretty funny, you call this APPCRASH!

    However, this is far from an application crash (or program crash). Moreover, this is a simple software exception, in which occurred oncethe program was trying to access something without having permission.

    The developers (programmers) of the program didn't use try-catch()blocksto catch the exception and throw a message to the user about the security permission.

  3. DANIEL MCCLURE replied on January 24, 2013: » Process Monitor is a combined and updated version of Filemon and Regmon from SysInternals

    "Process Monitor is an advanced monitoring tool for Windows that shows real-time file system, Registry and process/thread activity. It combines the features of two legacy Sysinternals utilities, Filemon and Regmon". I am not familiar with "Process Explorer".

  4. JOSEPH CEASAR replied on January 25, 2013: » Hello. I've been on vacation and stoped worrying with it. A few day after my return it just started working correctly.

    I havent changed anything other than what was stated before i left. It has been running strait for 3 days. Thank you for all your help. Hopefully it will stay fixed.

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