Facing Internal error Memory Access Violation(MAV error) while opening Tally.ERP 9 / TallyPrime or printing invoices.
Looking for the solution to fix Tally internal memory error problem.
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Rejoice Users! Here we described the easiest ways that let you know how to resolve software exception c0000005 (Memory Access Violation) in Tally 9 / 7.2 ERP.
[Error Software exception c0000005(memory access violation)]
If you are working with Tally for a long time, you might have come across the MAV error. Usually the c0000005 error occurs when the program tries to access a memory location that doesn’t exist or trying to access an illegal memory location.
We can also say that when the program has attempted to read from or write to a memory location that is outside the process address space.
Other plenty of reasons are Corruption in Windows Operating System, Error in Registry, Fragmented files, Redundant program installations.
This circumstance usually spell doom to the users. And causes following problem in Tally.ERP 9 / 7.2 application.
Do not worry! There are multiple solutions to fix the Memory Access Violation error in Tally / TallyPrime .
Although, before going further, initially it is advised to take a data backup of Tally.
Afterward it is advised to upgrade your older version of Tally application to the upgraded one. Because new versions are coming with lot of problem resolving patches. It could be possible that the Tally error memory access violation get resolved.
Still, if the internal error Memory Access Violation remains, then follow the below-mentioned methods as it will let you know how to solve “Tally Memory Access Violation Error”.
Don’t forget to take backup.
In this subsequent section, we are going to elaborate the techniques that will fix the Memory Access Violation issue in the Tally ERP. Majorly, there are four workarounds for the same. All of them are listed below.
Let’s go through each method in detail with complete steps to solve internal error c0000005 Memory Access Violation.
It might be possible that the company files are corrupted, due to which the Tally software gets the error. In such situation you need to disable the company file.
To disable it, we will have to go to settings that tell to automatically load a company. To solve it go to further steps.
Step 1: Go to the software folder where the Tally is installed. Inside you can see a file named tally.ini. If you don’t know how to do this or where the software folder of Tally is located. Then go to your desktop or wherever you have kept the Tally ERP9 icon. Right click, then a context menu will pop up on your desktop.
Step 2: Go to Properties.
Step 3: Click on “Open File Location”.
Step 4: Tally.ERP 9 file will open.
Step 5: Inside the folder you will find a geared wheel-like icon, a notepad file.
Open that file.
Step 6: Inside that file, you will find the line.
Set the default company from ‘yes’ to ‘No’ (Default Company= No). This will stop the loading of the companies at the time of startup.
Step 7: Then Save the file, close Tally software and start it again
If this process is not working then follow the further steps.
Many times, Tally settings has set up to automatic loading of companies that takes up memory a lot. So we need to disable this feature.
In the latest version of Tally.ERP 9, you have to go to F12 configuration. To solve the problem, go to the data folder.
Move the data folder to somewhere outside, like desktop (Data Backup is necessary before doing this).Then follow the further below steps.
Step 1: Now load Tally ERP 9.
Step 2: Press F12 configuration >> Data Configuration.
Note: Make sure that the load companies on start-up has NO status.
Step 3: Press the Enter and save. Now get back to the data file that moved to desktop.
If again the ERP opens with the same error, then switch to below-discussed methods.
Many times Memory Access violation Tally error occurs while printing an invoice. The reason behind is the faulty printer driver or incompatible invoice dimensions. Follow the below steps to troubleshoot Memory access violation error while printing.
Step 1: Open Tally >> Account Info >> Voucher Type >> Alter.
Step 2: Afterward, choose the desired voucher type (Sales, purchase etc).
Step 3: Set Print after saving voucher> to No.
Step 4: Else, you can also delete the ‘tallycfg.TSF’ file which resides in the installation folder.
Tally has issues while being used with fewer colors. However different versions of Windows has different minimum requirements. Change the display setting in the control panel.
Go to Windows display properties, right-click on Properties. Then go to settings and set the following:
Accept the settings, close and then open Tally.ERP 9.
This Tally MAV error arises when the Rupakara font is used in an incompatible operating system – Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, and Windows Server 2008 R2.
To resolve this issue, the licensed Windows users can download the patch file from the Microsoft official site. The users who do not have the licensed version can resolve the error by following workarounds.
Tally Memory Access Violation error / MAV code / software exception c0000005 in Tally occurs when the programs attempts to access a memory location that is not allowed to access, or the location that doesn’t exist.
Fortunately, there are something we can do to overcome this. Therefore, in this article, we have discussed all the appropriate workarounds to resolve the Memory Access Violation Error in Tally.ERP 9/ Tally 7.2 Software.
Still, the problem still persists, contact the Tally solutions.