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We are using the 16GB Compact falsh within that we are using windows Embeded XP(Its Licienced Version) ,But after login to the System. The Following Message is Coming. The instraction at ''0x71ab664d'' refrenced memory at ''0x71ab664d'' , The memory could not be ''read'' This Message Coming inside Dialog Explorer.EXE - Application Error.

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Sounds like a memory corruption problem. Is the memory card rated at a fast enough speed for the application you are intending to use it for?

I would try to reformat the memory card and try again. If that fails, it is either a faulty memory card or the card isn't rated for that type of use.

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