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I don’t know but my Windows Taskmanager has a column (in dutch) “wisselfouten”
It keeps track of applications that try read/write to virtual memorylocations which are “not there”

There are around 6 errors per second so it raises fast.

Is it something to worry about ?

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hehe, though I have never seen any memory leaks in fmod, the statment reminds me of once when I said: “There. No more bugs left” – it’s a bold statment that is rarely true 😉

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the only column that i can think of is “page faults” this is not an error, it means when an application trys to access memory which is not in main memory and a page has to be loaded in from virtual memory, this is not a problem with fmod, any program which sotres a substatial amount of data in memory and reads lots of it when there is limited main memory will cause page faults
edit: after checking a dictionary i have found that “wisselfouten” roughly translates to “swap faults” which almost certainly means that they are page faults which are nothing to worry about

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Already thought so, thanks for enlightning me

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