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    Access Violation

    I thought I saw this discussed in the forum before but I couldn't find it with a search. In the SIOC Monitor whenever I click on ALL ON or ALL OFF I get an error message: "Access Violation at address 0046A1FD in module 'siocmonitor.exe'. Read of address 0000200C." I can turn on all the LEDs manually one at a time by clicking the numbers and there isn't a problem but the ALL ON/ALL OFF buttons don't work. This didn't happen with previous versions of SIOC. Does anyone know of a solution?

    Jerry

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    Re: Access Violation

    Jerry,
    Is this while running the monitor program on its own or thru sioc?.
    Does it do it thru sioc.
    Les

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    Re: Access Violation

    I'm running it thru SIOC.

    Jerry