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    Memory could not be "written".

    The instruction at "0x006BA13D" referenced memory at "0x62AD3997".
    The memory could not be "written".

    I get this problem on my and my parents computer with warcraft 3 and world of warcraft. can anyone give me some suggestions on what the problem is? Thanks!

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    You using a mounted image for the disk ?
    I had a friend who tried to run WC3 from Alcohol 120%, but it was having non of it, iirc, it was a memory written error too. It was a while back though.
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    no using real disk for war3 and world of warcraft doesnt require a disk to run so its definately not that! i thought at first it was just maybe damaged RAM but i mean the chance that it would be on both comps an donly show up in the same 2 games is weird... it DOES seem to occur mostly when im loading stuff like a map or new area so that kinda makes me think RAM too.. i dunno any other suggestions besides replace the RAM?

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    Ran memtest on the machines?
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    do you have alink where i can download that?

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    the ramtest i found has to be done in DOS and i have XP, and i found memtest86 but that has to be done from a floppy which i dont have. any other suggestions?

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    Get the CD burnable ISO and use that.
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    i have an IMG and a CAT file....how do i burn them to a CD?


    EDIT: I think i got it, i was using WINRAR to open the ISO but now i have the iso burned to a cd......how do i run it...i tried rebooting with the disk in?

    EDIT: That IMG file and CAT file are now on the disk...is that right?
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