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Author Topic: Switchres causes access violation after a reboot - CRT Emudriver 2.0 - beta 14  (Read 465 times)

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Hi All,

I'm on Win 7 64bit on an atom D525 and a Dell M991 CRT.
I have CRT Emudriver 2.0 - beta 14 installed and it will run fine with groovymame until I reboot. Once I reboot, I get an access violation right after the switchres message from groovymame, and it'll do the same thing on any attempt to start a game with groovymame.
If I then uninstall crt emudriver and reinstall followed by importing the video modes it will run absolutely fine for as many games as I have tried (lots!).
On the next boot, same problem again - access violations, and it seems only uninstall/reinstall fixes it, but then only until next reboot.
I ensured that all the original drivers and catalyst control center etc. had been removed.
Is this a common issue/something silly I have missed?