Attempted To Read Or Write Protected Memory

Kenneth Fisher explains a nasty-looking error to us:

So, are you seeing this error?

Attempted to read or write protected memory. This is often an indication that other memory is corrupt.

If you read the error it might freak you out a bit. The key words memory and corrupt can be a bit .. concerning. Fortunately in this case they are also rather misleading.

Click through to understand what’s going on and how you can fix the problem if you see this error.

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