Access violation at address 0048B99C in module "Profile.exe" Read of address 000001B4 - How do I get rid of this, it has locked my profile.

I have turned my computer off and when I turned it back on the error message was still there.  It will not let me save or exit out of Profile.


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Had the identical error message while I was using the 'tape' function in Medical Expense' area. After trying a number of fixes, I did a "control-alt-delete" sequence to do a soft reboot. I was led to a box prompting me to manually close all open files (I use Win 7 Home edition. I had 4 open files, which I closed. My system did not reboot but stayed 'live'. I re-opened Profile and all was normal. No data was lost, including the tape function I had been using. An odd occurrence to say the least, but as memory serves, it happened a couple of time in previous years. Cheers.

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