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Can someone help - kernal32.dll message

Latency_Remix
Level 7
So the EZ update, updated something and since then I've been getting this message come up frequently while playing games.

"Access violation at address 770E136D in module 'kernel32.ddl" . Wrie off address CCCCCCC0"

Any ides on how this can be fixed? Its quite annoying when it pop's up and crash's a game (skyrim at the moment) mid dragon fight and BAM no more.
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abvolt
Level 11
Chances are some software program is most likely to blame , have you installed any program lately ,Do you have DLL files saved to your desktop? if so remove them. There are many reasons that cause this error. Have you oc,ed you're pc , it can even be ram problem, or a hd problem, Test your memory. Sorry there are so many things that can cause this.
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HiVizMan
Level 40
Is it always the same games, or from the same group.

What I mean is are all the game Steam or are they all using Punkbuster or what?? Trying to find what is the common ground here. Because the fix is to reinstall the application that is causing this.
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Latency_Remix
Level 7
The error message is from ezupdate, and yes i have oc'd using the asus software to go from 3.5ghz to 4.0ghz. Ran all hardware checks and all passed with out issues.

But this only started to happen after ezupdate updated the ram tweak program it was running fine oc'd before that.

HiVizMan
Level 40
If the error message is when you attempt to open ezupdate simple reinstall that application please.
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