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    Dota Access Violation

    Hi,

    I'm getting access violations when trying to run Dota 2.

    In the dump files it says: dota_2014_0811_215352_0_accessviolation.mdmp (link below)

    http://www.filedropper.com/crashdotaexe201412152011451

    and

    http://www.filedropper.com/dota20140...ccessviolation

    When I try and open Dota, the icon comes up but it immediately crashes and never starts the game. Does anyone know about this?

    Thanks in advance!
    Last edited by Jasian48; 12-15-2014 at 07:09 PM.

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    Did you buy anything from the Market recently? E.g. Rubick's item with multiple kinetic gems?

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    Your onboard intel graphics driver (set as preferred) is not working.
    Your nvidia graphics driver is not working.
    Your crash dumps are incomplete.
    Quote Originally Posted by aveyo View Post
    Grab your relevant system info using the helper script list_my_programs.bat on pastebin or zipped here: Attachment 27995
    then submit Desktop\List_my_programs.txt
    Remove current graphics drivers, cleanup after them and reinstall updated graphics drivers, both onboard-intel and nvidia.
    Try to set the dedicated nvidia card to preferred / disable onboard-intel one and set gpu switching to advanced under BIOS.

    A reason for graphics drivers not working might be stuff like Maxwell Render you have running.
    NEVER MIX WORK WITH GAMING. VIRTUALIZE WORK/USE DUAL BOOTING

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    Quote Originally Posted by aveyo View Post
    Your onboard intel graphics driver (set as preferred) is not working.
    Your nvidia graphics driver is not working.
    Your crash dumps are incomplete.


    Remove current graphics drivers, cleanup after them and reinstall updated graphics drivers, both onboard-intel and nvidia.
    Try to set the dedicated nvidia card to preferred / disable onboard-intel one and set gpu switching to advanced under BIOS.

    A reason for graphics drivers not working might be stuff like Maxwell Render you have running.
    NEVER MIX WORK WITH GAMING. VIRTUALIZE WORK/USE DUAL BOOTING

    Thanks for the input!

    I had uninstalled and reinstalled my drivers before, but I did it again and also turned off IGP and it seems to be working now.

    Thanks again!

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