Realtek HD Audio error message EAcessViolation


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Harold A. Climer

I have been getting an error message about the Realtek HD Audio
Manager on my computer. EAcessViolation

The system DLL user32.dll was relocated in memory. The application
will not run properly. The relocation occurred because the DLL
C:\Windows\System32\Hhctrl.ocx occupied an address range reserved for
Windows system DLLs. The vendor supplying the DLL should be contacted
for a new DLL

I downloaded the file to fix this problem from Microsoft. The install
program said that since I had XP SP3 installed I did not have to
install the fix.
I still have the problem with Realtek HD Audio Manager.
I have an HP Pavillion A1520N with Microsoft MCE XP and SP3
I contacted HP Tech support and they suggested a System recovery or
System restore.
There surely have to be a simpler less drastic remedy than this.
I have installed and uninstalled the drivers for the sound card two
times and the problem still exists.
Harold A Climer
Dept. Of Physics Geology, and Astronomy
U.T, Chattanooga
Rm. 406A Engineering, Math & Computer Science Building
615 McCallie Ave. Chattanooga TN 37403
(e-mail address removed)
 
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ColTom2

Is this the patch or fix that you found?

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...FamilyID=74ad4188-3131-429c-8fcb-f7b3b0fd3d86

According to prior internet postings the above fixed the problem. Download
and save the file, close your AV, and see if you can install. If you get the
same notice about SP3 can you install the patch anyway?

Establish a System Restore Point prior to installation.

ColTom2



I have been getting an error message about the Realtek HD Audio
Manager on my computer. EAcessViolation

The system DLL user32.dll was relocated in memory. The application
will not run properly. The relocation occurred because the DLL
C:\Windows\System32\Hhctrl.ocx occupied an address range reserved for
Windows system DLLs. The vendor supplying the DLL should be contacted
for a new DLL

I downloaded the file to fix this problem from Microsoft. The install
program said that since I had XP SP3 installed I did not have to
install the fix.
I still have the problem with Realtek HD Audio Manager.
I have an HP Pavillion A1520N with Microsoft MCE XP and SP3
I contacted HP Tech support and they suggested a System recovery or
System restore.
There surely have to be a simpler less drastic remedy than this.
I have installed and uninstalled the drivers for the sound card two
times and the problem still exists.
Harold A Climer
Dept. Of Physics Geology, and Astronomy
U.T, Chattanooga
Rm. 406A Engineering, Math & Computer Science Building
615 McCallie Ave. Chattanooga TN 37403
(e-mail address removed)
 
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BillW50

Harold A. Climer wrote on Thu, 21 May 2009 18:46:53 -0400:
I have been getting an error message about the Realtek HD Audio
Manager on my computer. EAcessViolation

The system DLL user32.dll was relocated in memory. The application
will not run properly. The relocation occurred because the DLL
C:\Windows\System32\Hhctrl.ocx occupied an address range reserved for
Windows system DLLs. The vendor supplying the DLL should be contacted
for a new DLL

I downloaded the file to fix this problem from Microsoft. The install
program said that since I had XP SP3 installed I did not have to
install the fix.
I still have the problem with Realtek HD Audio Manager.
I have an HP Pavillion A1520N with Microsoft MCE XP and SP3
I contacted HP Tech support and they suggested a System recovery or
System restore.
There surely have to be a simpler less drastic remedy than this.
I have installed and uninstalled the drivers for the sound card two
times and the problem still exists.
Harold A Climer
Dept. Of Physics Geology, and Astronomy
U.T, Chattanooga
Rm. 406A Engineering, Math & Computer Science Building
615 McCallie Ave. Chattanooga TN 37403
(e-mail address removed)

Did you try adding it to DEP (Data Execution Prevention)?
 
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Harold A. Climer

Is this the patch or fix that you found?

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...FamilyID=74ad4188-3131-429c-8fcb-f7b3b0fd3d86

According to prior internet postings the above fixed the problem. Download
and save the file, close your AV, and see if you can install. If you get the
same notice about SP3 can you install the patch anyway?

Establish a System Restore Point prior to installation.

ColTom2



I have been getting an error message about the Realtek HD Audio
Manager on my computer. EAcessViolation

The system DLL user32.dll was relocated in memory. The application
will not run properly. The relocation occurred because the DLL
C:\Windows\System32\Hhctrl.ocx occupied an address range reserved for
Windows system DLLs. The vendor supplying the DLL should be contacted
for a new DLL

I downloaded the file to fix this problem from Microsoft. The install
program said that since I had XP SP3 installed I did not have to
install the fix.
I still have the problem with Realtek HD Audio Manager.
I have an HP Pavillion A1520N with Microsoft MCE XP and SP3
I contacted HP Tech support and they suggested a System recovery or
System restore.
There surely have to be a simpler less drastic remedy than this.
I have installed and uninstalled the drivers for the sound card two
times and the problem still exists.
Harold A Climer
Dept. Of Physics Geology, and Astronomy
U.T, Chattanooga
Rm. 406A Engineering, Math & Computer Science Building
615 McCallie Ave. Chattanooga TN 37403
(e-mail address removed)
It does not work with XP SP3
Harold A Climer
Dept. Of Physics Geology, and Astronomy
U.T, Chattanooga
Rm. 406A Engineering, Math & Computer Science Building
615 McCallie Ave. Chattanooga TN 37403
(e-mail address removed)
 
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ColTom2

Hi Harold:

Here is Realtek's website for downloading the latest drivers and software.
http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/

They do have a recent update for HD Audio Codec's that I recommend you
review for possible installation. Be sure to select the appropriate Windows
and not Linux file and also read the 'README" pdf file.

This driver is dated 5/18/2009 which is most recent and also I would
download the Executable file rather than the Zip file if this driver is
applicable.

Again recommend that you establish a System Restore Point and turn off AV
prior to installation.

ColTom2




Is this the patch or fix that you found?

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...FamilyID=74ad4188-3131-429c-8fcb-f7b3b0fd3d86

According to prior internet postings the above fixed the problem. Download
and save the file, close your AV, and see if you can install. If you get
the
same notice about SP3 can you install the patch anyway?

Establish a System Restore Point prior to installation.

ColTom2



I have been getting an error message about the Realtek HD Audio
Manager on my computer. EAcessViolation

The system DLL user32.dll was relocated in memory. The application
will not run properly. The relocation occurred because the DLL
C:\Windows\System32\Hhctrl.ocx occupied an address range reserved for
Windows system DLLs. The vendor supplying the DLL should be contacted
for a new DLL

I downloaded the file to fix this problem from Microsoft. The install
program said that since I had XP SP3 installed I did not have to
install the fix.
I still have the problem with Realtek HD Audio Manager.
I have an HP Pavillion A1520N with Microsoft MCE XP and SP3
I contacted HP Tech support and they suggested a System recovery or
System restore.
There surely have to be a simpler less drastic remedy than this.
I have installed and uninstalled the drivers for the sound card two
times and the problem still exists.
Harold A Climer
Dept. Of Physics Geology, and Astronomy
U.T, Chattanooga
Rm. 406A Engineering, Math & Computer Science Building
615 McCallie Ave. Chattanooga TN 37403
(e-mail address removed)
It does not work with XP SP3
Harold A Climer
Dept. Of Physics Geology, and Astronomy
U.T, Chattanooga
Rm. 406A Engineering, Math & Computer Science Building
615 McCallie Ave. Chattanooga TN 37403
(e-mail address removed)
 
H

Harold A. Climer

Hi Harold:

Here is Realtek's website for downloading the latest drivers and software.
http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/

They do have a recent update for HD Audio Codec's that I recommend you
review for possible installation. Be sure to select the appropriate Windows
and not Linux file and also read the 'README" pdf file.

This driver is dated 5/18/2009 which is most recent and also I would
download the Executable file rather than the Zip file if this driver is
applicable.

Again recommend that you establish a System Restore Point and turn off AV
prior to installation.

ColTom2





It does not work with XP SP3
Harold A Climer
Dept. Of Physics Geology, and Astronomy
U.T, Chattanooga
Rm. 406A Engineering, Math & Computer Science Building
615 McCallie Ave. Chattanooga TN 37403
(e-mail address removed)
I do not seem to be running on all cylinders this afternoon. What is
AV? Audio/Video? I know just enough about computers to get me into
trouble sometimes. Do I use the control panel or the device manager?
Harold A. Climer
Dept Of Physics Geology & Astronomy
U.T. Chattanooga
Room 406A Engineering,Math & Computer Sicence Building
615 McCallie Ave.
Chattanooga TN 37403
(e-mail address removed)
 
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smlunatick

 I do not seem to be running on all cylinders this afternoon. What is
AV? Audio/Video? I know just enough about computers to get me into
trouble sometimes. Do I use the control panel or the device manager?
Harold A. Climer
Dept Of Physics Geology & Astronomy
U.T. Chattanooga
Room 406A Engineering,Math & Computer Sicence Building
615 McCallie Ave.
Chattanooga TN 37403
(e-mail address removed)

Whenever dealing with PCs and Windows, AV usually stands for Anti-
Virus "protection" software. A.V. software tends to protect the
"core" settings of Windows, which the Realtek HD "drivers" can usually
be part of.
 
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Thee Chicago Wolf (MVP)

I have been getting an error message about the Realtek HD Audio
Manager on my computer. EAcessViolation

The system DLL user32.dll was relocated in memory. The application
will not run properly. The relocation occurred because the DLL
C:\Windows\System32\Hhctrl.ocx occupied an address range reserved for
Windows system DLLs. The vendor supplying the DLL should be contacted
for a new DLL

I downloaded the file to fix this problem from Microsoft. The install
program said that since I had XP SP3 installed I did not have to
install the fix.
I still have the problem with Realtek HD Audio Manager.
I have an HP Pavillion A1520N with Microsoft MCE XP and SP3
I contacted HP Tech support and they suggested a System recovery or
System restore.
There surely have to be a simpler less drastic remedy than this.
I have installed and uninstalled the drivers for the sound card two
times and the problem still exists.
Harold A Climer
Dept. Of Physics Geology, and Astronomy
U.T, Chattanooga
Rm. 406A Engineering, Math & Computer Science Building
615 McCallie Ave. Chattanooga TN 37403
(e-mail address removed)

Are you running the most recent version of the RealTek HD audio
driver? Version 2.24 of the driver was released on May 18th. Here is a
direct download link. Try it and let me know how it goes:
ftp://WebUser:D[email protected]/pc/audio/WDM_R224.zip
 
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ColTom2

AV stands for your Anti-Virus, as indicated in the other reply.

Just be sure and turn it off or disable it prior to installing the new
driver, if applicable. Also DO NOT forget to establish a System Restore
Point prior to installation.

ColTom2

Hi Harold:

Here is Realtek's website for downloading the latest drivers and
software.
http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/

They do have a recent update for HD Audio Codec's that I recommend you
review for possible installation. Be sure to select the appropriate Windows
and not Linux file and also read the 'README" pdf file.

This driver is dated 5/18/2009 which is most recent and also I would
download the Executable file rather than the Zip file if this driver is
applicable.

Again recommend that you establish a System Restore Point and turn off AV
prior to installation.

ColTom2





It does not work with XP SP3
Harold A Climer
Dept. Of Physics Geology, and Astronomy
U.T, Chattanooga
Rm. 406A Engineering, Math & Computer Science Building
615 McCallie Ave. Chattanooga TN 37403
(e-mail address removed)
I do not seem to be running on all cylinders this afternoon. What is
AV? Audio/Video? I know just enough about computers to get me into
trouble sometimes. Do I use the control panel or the device manager?
Harold A. Climer
Dept Of Physics Geology & Astronomy
U.T. Chattanooga
Room 406A Engineering,Math & Computer Sicence Building
615 McCallie Ave.
Chattanooga TN 37403
(e-mail address removed)
 
H

Harold A. Climer

Are you running the most recent version of the RealTek HD audio
driver? Version 2.24 of the driver was released on May 18th. Here is a
direct download link. Try it and let me know how it goes:
ftp://WebUser:D[email protected]/pc/audio/WDM_R224.zip

I un-installed the RealTek HD drivers using the Install Remove
software option in the Control Panel and reset the computer.
I disabled my Norton Anti Virus. I installed the latest version of the
RealTek drivers 224. I reset the computer.
On boot up I got the AccessViolation message.
I tried running the HD manager from the control panel and got the
AccessViolation message again in a small popup window as well as the
following error message:

Access Violation at address 0041DSE1 in module RTHDCPL.EXE Write of
Address 0075AD38

Harold A Climer
Dept. Of Physics Geology, and Astronomy
U.T, Chattanooga
Rm. 406A Engineering, Math & Computer Science Building
615 McCallie Ave. Chattanooga TN 37403
(e-mail address removed)
 
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Thee Chicago Wolf (MVP)

I un-installed the RealTek HD drivers using the Install Remove
software option in the Control Panel and reset the computer.
I disabled my Norton Anti Virus. I installed the latest version of the
RealTek drivers 224. I reset the computer.
On boot up I got the AccessViolation message.
I tried running the HD manager from the control panel and got the
AccessViolation message again in a small popup window as well as the
following error message:

Access Violation at address 0041DSE1 in module RTHDCPL.EXE Write of
Address 0075AD38

Harold A Climer
Dept. Of Physics Geology, and Astronomy
U.T, Chattanooga
Rm. 406A Engineering, Math & Computer Science Building
615 McCallie Ave. Chattanooga TN 37403
(e-mail address removed)

Can you peek at the Event Viewer and see if there's any specific Event
ID there. Also, you could pass this info along to the Realtek
tech-support folks as they may know more about the Access Violation
stuff than the folks here would.
 
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ColTom2

Recommend that you send Realtek an email requesting technical support
applicable your problem. There Technical Support is
http://www.realtek.com.tw/contact/contentView.aspx?Langid=1&PNid=1&PFid=4&Level=2

I feel the original patch would have resolved your issue, but you cannot
install because SP3 is installed. I certainly would include this info in
your request.

Sorry to have not found a solution.

ColTom2

Are you running the most recent version of the RealTek HD audio
driver? Version 2.24 of the driver was released on May 18th. Here is a
direct download link. Try it and let me know how it goes:
ftp://WebUser:D[email protected]/pc/audio/WDM_R224.zip

I un-installed the RealTek HD drivers using the Install Remove
software option in the Control Panel and reset the computer.
I disabled my Norton Anti Virus. I installed the latest version of the
RealTek drivers 224. I reset the computer.
On boot up I got the AccessViolation message.
I tried running the HD manager from the control panel and got the
AccessViolation message again in a small popup window as well as the
following error message:

Access Violation at address 0041DSE1 in module RTHDCPL.EXE Write of
Address 0075AD38

Harold A Climer
Dept. Of Physics Geology, and Astronomy
U.T, Chattanooga
Rm. 406A Engineering, Math & Computer Science Building
615 McCallie Ave. Chattanooga TN 37403
(e-mail address removed)
 
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ColTom2

Hi Harold:

An afterthought is that you might consider uninstalling SP3
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/950249. I would turn off Windows Update
prior to removing and also your AV.

With SP3 uninstalled run the fix that has fixed this problem in the past.
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...FamilyID=74ad4188-3131-429c-8fcb-f7b3b0fd3d86

Reboot and see if you no longer get the error notices etc.

Turn back on Windows Update and reinstall SP3 plus all additional updates
and see if this procedure did remedy your problem.

I don't know the consequences of the above and you might want to wait and
see if Realtek will provide you with any remedies. If not, you might
consider the above as a last ditch effort.

ColTom2





Recommend that you send Realtek an email requesting technical support
applicable your problem. There Technical Support is
http://www.realtek.com.tw/contact/contentView.aspx?Langid=1&PNid=1&PFid=4&Level=2

I feel the original patch would have resolved your issue, but you cannot
install because SP3 is installed. I certainly would include this info in
your request.

Sorry to have not found a solution.

ColTom2

Are you running the most recent version of the RealTek HD audio
driver? Version 2.24 of the driver was released on May 18th. Here is a
direct download link. Try it and let me know how it goes:
ftp://WebUser:D[email protected]/pc/audio/WDM_R224.zip

I un-installed the RealTek HD drivers using the Install Remove
software option in the Control Panel and reset the computer.
I disabled my Norton Anti Virus. I installed the latest version of the
RealTek drivers 224. I reset the computer.
On boot up I got the AccessViolation message.
I tried running the HD manager from the control panel and got the
AccessViolation message again in a small popup window as well as the
following error message:

Access Violation at address 0041DSE1 in module RTHDCPL.EXE Write of
Address 0075AD38

Harold A Climer
Dept. Of Physics Geology, and Astronomy
U.T, Chattanooga
Rm. 406A Engineering, Math & Computer Science Building
615 McCallie Ave. Chattanooga TN 37403
(e-mail address removed)
 
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Bill Grant

This sounds like a problem I had installing UAA after a rebuild of an XP
machine and installing the SP3 slipstreamed version. I think the Realtek
tool menioned is based on the fix in KB888111.

There was a foul-up with XP3. The UAA fix (KB888111) was supposed to be
included in SP3 (but it wasn't), so that there is no fix provided in the KB
for SP3. The SP2 fix won't run under SP3.

I used the workaround given here.

<http://boredsysadm.blogspot.com/2008/03/windows-xp-sp3-and-microsoft-hd-audio.html>

The registry hack convinces the system that you are running SP2 and
lets you install the SP2 version of the installer. You then change it back.

Once UAA is installed you can install your audio driver.
 

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