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[BUG] Crashing: Access violation at address 00704268 in module 'heidisql.exe'. Write of address 00000011

radli's profile image radli posted 5 years ago in HeidiSQL portable Permalink

Crashing with error: Access violation at address 00704268 in module 'heidisql.exe'. Write of address 00000011 Windows: 10

Did not find a bug report where to send so I write here, I'm sorry if that. (@ google translate)

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radli's profile image radli posted 5 years ago Permalink

Here's another one

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radli's profile image radli posted 5 years ago Permalink

Here's another one

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missenc's profile image missenc posted 4 years ago Permalink

This remains a problem.

Access violation at address 00704474 in module 'heidisql.exe'. Write of address 00000011.

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missenc's profile image missenc posted 4 years ago Permalink

Oh.. BTW: I experienced the same problem on two computers, one running Windows 7, the other Windows 10.

Marrack's profile image Marrack posted 4 years ago Permalink

I've been experiencing similar errors over the last couple of weeks, though not always the access violation. I've attached a bug report for the error that just occurred. I'm running version 9.4.0.5151 on Windows 10.

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missenc's profile image missenc posted 4 years ago Permalink

So I've determined that this problem is most likely to happen when I'm creating or altering a table and using the tab key to move from field to field.

Could be a red herring, but just in case...

flo2606's profile image flo2606 posted 4 years ago Permalink

It's my feeling too.

Always I edit or alter Tables, Keys or something else Heidi crashed. For me it seams a problem with the tab key.

Sometimes the infobox for the datatypes doesn't disappear.

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