Doing a Google search on access violation at 0x7C91484B provided no results (strange), and I got the same results in Windows Help. Using just access violation in Windows Help got a gazillion results.
Can you tell us what you are doing at the time this happens? Are you surfing, doing graphics, word processing, or just sitting there?
Occasionally I get some kind of strange message that makes no sense to me. I have been just clicking OK and going about my business, though a curiosity as to what the message meant lingered in me. This time, I thought I'd bring the message to the forum to see what input I received.
While I'd like to know what this specific message means, in a more general sense I'd like to know how users should deal with this kind of message. I realize the common reply "well, it depends" (as does everything in life) applies, but does that mean a user can delete a message such as this one, or does it mean that a user should investigate a message such as this one? Hopefully, there are others who encounter such messages and wonder what to do.
The error message reads: "access violation at 0x7C91484B (tried to write to Ox0-00030FFC). Program terminated."