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live4live 05-27-2014 09:59 PM

Access violation occurred, unable to read location: 0x00000000341CFEF2
 
I am using the latest Pro Tools 11.1.3. I am using my setup for live off the floor recording but Pro tools 11 keeps shutting down during the recording with the error below.

Access violation occurred, unable to read location: 0x00000000341CFEF2

Now i have tried just about everything here including turning off drive indexing and the network during recording. It happens at completely random times. Has been happening for a few months now. Very annoying to have to keep telling the band that an error occurred.. It also does not work for live recording at venues... There are no do overs when your recording a live show at a club.

Below are the specs of my system. I would love to get some help on this. If i switch over to my other DAW which is the latest Reason 7 i never have an issue. Had to use it many times as a backup system. Works perfect every time. Not my first choice though. Seems to be directly related to the Pro Tools software only.

I have also removed all plugins-effects from Pro Tools and installed the software fresh many times. Also followed all optimizations in the guide. I just want it to work reliably. Hope someone here may be able to help...

ASUS ROG G750JH Intel Haswell I7-4700HQ Notebook
Thunderbolt
24GB RAM
256GB SSD + 256GB SSD
GTX780M 17.3in FHD BD
Windows 8.1 64bit
Protools 11.1.3
Focusrite Liquid Saffire 56
Focusrite MKII Dynamic
Saffire Mix control version 3.4

Thank you, Wayne

zedhed 05-27-2014 11:17 PM

Re: Access violation occurred, unable to read location: 0x00000000341CFEF2
 
The best thing to do when intending to use Pro Tools is to buy a 'qualified' (supported) computer. At this stage the Haswells are not qualified.

Having said that, there are some folks using them, though I don't know which chipsets they are using with it.

That error though looks to me like a hardware issue.

It would help to post a Sandra report.

YYR123 05-28-2014 09:23 AM

Re: Access violation occurred, unable to read location: 0x00000000341CFEF2
 
Try using PT10.3.7/8/9 and see what happens ? Your Haswell is powerful enough for PT10

I was running PT10.3.9 on my 8.1 office machine the other day. Solid man for sure


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