Hi Experts,

I am getting an exception "Attempted to read or write protected memory. This is often an indication that other memory is corrupt."
This exception is occuring in VS2010 and method is Marshal.Copy(address, code, 0, 32);

Can you any one help in this regard.


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Need to see some more of you code in order to help, but it might be the case that the address is pointing to a memory location to which there is no access. Have you checked if this is the case?

Are you trying to access a memory address that is outside of the scope of your application and any loaded dlls?

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