View Single Post
Old 06-16-2011, 10:01 PM
zedhed's Avatar
zedhed zedhed is offline
Join Date: Jan 2001
Location: Auckland, New Zealand
Posts: 3,910
Default Re: Help with Pro Tools "Access violation occurred unable to read dll" issue

There's some useful information here;

Having read it, Have you Installed/Uninstalled PT recently?

Has PT ever run properly on your computer?

Have you tried uninstalling Axiom Drivers(Axiom turned off) & Re-installing them (Axiom still turned off) then switching Axiom on and do you have latest drivers and Firmware to do this?
I notice two things with the latest drivers/firmware, that may have the potential to fix this;
* Changed installer to use Avid license file rather than the old M-Audio license.
* Changed build to use Avid signing certificate in place of the expired M-Audio signing certificate.

You may also want to try the M Audio Forum, I've found it to be extremely useful with problems I had with my Axiom Pro 61. Even though this problem is most likely a Pro Tools/Windows software related problem, M Audio may not be of much help this time but keep it in mind for if you ever need it for your Axiom.
Too much blood in my drugstream

Gigabyte X99 SOC Force Mobo Bios vF6d
Intel Core i7 5930k socket 2011 v3 @ 3.50GHz
32GB DDR4 Crucial RAM
System: Samsung M.2NVME SSD 960 Evo
Record: Samsung M.2NVME SSD 960 Evo
Samples: Samsung SATAlll SSD 840 Pro
Storage: 2x Samsung SATAlll SSD 840 Pro
EVGA GeForce GTX 750 Graphics
PT 11HD (v11.2.1) Omni s/pdif w Eleven Rack
HD 96I/O
Win 8.1 Pro
Reply With Quote