Jul 20 2020 12:03 AM
Jul 20 2020 12:03 AM
I'm receiving the error STATUS_ACCESS_VIOLATION when browsing after update to Edge 84. I'm trying to repro the issue, but it seems to happen randomly. If I hit "Refresh", the web returns to work without any problem.
I'm not using any third party antivirus software, just Windows Security.
Apr 24 2021 09:14 AM
I've been getting this often recently in the past few months.
I notice playing a video on Steam's store pages for any game will trigger the error, here's an example: https://store.steampowered.com/app/1113560/NieR_Replicant_ver122474487139/
I've sent a feedback report to Edge.
Apr 26 2021 10:26 PM - edited Apr 26 2021 10:34 PM
As mentioned in my update, I suspect the root cause lies in either a single or combination of motherboard components such as the chipset, audio, networking, or storage controllers and the associated firmware and drivers. My workaround was to use the conservatively developed SlimJet Chromium-based browser as well as Firefox. Alternatively, upgrading the motherboard to a newer generation platform or even an AMD-based system will most likely be the fix in this case. Just make sure you have the latest firmware and drivers installed for all the hardware components before deciding on a new motherboard which will of course require newer types of RAM and CPU.
If you have the time and patience, you could also go back and install a really old version of Windows 10, say, 1803 or 1809 and see what impact Windows 10 has had on this issue.
Hope that helps,
May 09 2021 06:55 AM
I have struggled with this same issue and have gone through everything as you have. I have found my culprit and wanted to share. For me the issue is with the Hardware level of the CPU. Using the same CPU I downcore'd it in the BIOS (All the way to 2.) With no other changes, my errors in browsers have gone away, Errors in loaders have gone away. For me it is time to RMA this CPU, Good luck.
Jul 07 2021 02:23 AM
Jul 07 2021 07:20 AM
We have a very similar setup,
Ryzen 5000 series/x570/3080.
see my previous post and give the downcore in BIOS a shot to test or if you have another compatible CPU to run & test. I sent my findings to AMD and RMA'd the CPU. Haven't had one issue since.
Jul 07 2021 12:47 PM
Jul 07 2021 05:12 PM
Jul 09 2021 12:06 AM
Yes I working in VFX industry you can Imagine how much is this important btw I bought this cpu in Bangkok but now I living in Istanbul . the AMD partner in turkey saying you have to go Bangkok for RMA LOL just with simple calculator Traveling to Thailand on this Covid situation it cost 3 CPU .