I would really appreciate some guidance. I recently had a montherboard 'meltdown' (corroded a capacitor or something) on a 5 year old PC. I replaced the m/board, CPU, RAM & Graphics. Now running MS Windows XP SP2, Intel Core2 Duo CPU, 2 GB RAM (DDR2) & a Nvidia GEForce 8600GT.
When the 'meltdown' occured it also corrupted a number of valuable files which had been backed up at the time of a recent/prior Hard disk replacement. Unfortunately I moved them back to the new drive at this (prior) time, whereas I should have copied them back!!
Accordingly the last backup I have was made using Instant cd/dvd V6.5.
I have downloaded the latest version (8.0), and when using this to open the backup (on DVD), I encounter an error which reads:
'access violation at address 00000000. read of address 00000000'...can anyone guide me to correct this, or at least identify this?
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