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Memory Access Violation

I have a problem with accessing to my company data in tally.. when i select the company and it begins to load, it gives me an error message :

Exiting Tally

Internal error . contact tally solutions

Software Exception c0000005
(Memory access violation)

and i have no other options but hitting OK then it exits

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