Fatal exception 0x80000001
A page of memory that marks the end of a data structure, such as a stack or an array, has been accessed.
An application program or service can set up a protected area of memory called a guard page. This is usually done to catch a buffer or disk structure that is growing unusually large and to take action before it uses too much memory. Normally the program setting up the guard page should handle this exception. Once the exception occurs, the protection is removed and further use of the guarded area will NOT generate another exception.
Vendor: Microsoft Corporation
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