12-24-2010 01:05 PM - edited 12-24-2010 01:58 PM
Hi, every time I shut down my computer, I get an error saying:
"LCore - LCore.exe - Application Error.
The instruction at [address] referenced memory at [address]. The memory could not be read."
This is making me rather concerned, because back in the days when I knew very little about computers and was running Windows 95 and 98, errors like these tended to be forebearers of some much more serious problem.
I'm running Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit, with a G15 keyboard connected (the version with orange backlighting). I'm also using the new 7.00.291 software.
Here's a screenshot of the error:
12-24-2010 01:59 PM
are you using the 'current' software (Logitech Gaming Software 7.00, aka LGS) or the 'legacy' software (Key Profiler / LCD Manager 3.0x, aka LGPS)?
there are known problems with LGS 7.00 on 64-bit machines, and this might just be another of them.
for 64-bit machines I recommend running LGPS 3.06. depending on your specific needs, you might need to use LGPS 3.03 instead, but I'd start with LGPS 3.06 and go from there.
either way, I doubt this particular error is anything serious, just an annoyance.
01-03-2011 01:21 PM
Well, I seem to have discoverd the root of the problem, and it wasn't an issue with the sofware itself. I got the same error with a completely unrelated program o shutdown once, so that tipped me off to it being something else causing it.
I had a program called Game Booster installed, and I had optimized some of my system settings through it. IIRC, one of the settings had to do with how long the computer waited for programs to shut down on their own before forcing the kill command down their throats. Once I restored the optimizations and uninstalled Game Booster, the errors stopped.
03-09-2011 11:00 AM
I have exactly the same problem with Game Booster 2.3. It's very annoying, because I like Game Booster. Is there a solution so I still can use Game Booster?
03-20-2011 05:46 PM
I have the exact same error with the new version on Win7 x64 SP1 (brand new, fresh <10min system install).
It doesn't show up if you aren't logged for long though... it happens after some time, as soon as you click shutdown. When you start and shut down immediately, the error doesn't show.
04-25-2011 03:32 PM
I also get this error with a G19 and W7 x64 Ultimate. I downloaded the latest version and reinstalled - same problem. It certainly didn't used to do this, so I'm presuming it's a windows patch that has brought it on as I was running the boxed version of the LCD software originally, with no updates, and the error appeared by itself.