BEX64 error and crash

nonserviamgr

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Hello there, im trying to launch Dragon Age Inquisition for so many hours now and no matter what i've tried i keep getting this BEX64 error:

Signature problem:
Problem Event Name: BEX64
Application Name: DragonAgeInquisition.exe
Application Version: 1.0.0.0
Timestamp application: 547df6a5
Name faulty module: ntdll.dll
Version faulty module: 6.1.7601.18247
Timestamp faulty module: 521eaf24
Exemption Shift: 0000000000115401
Exception code: c0000005
Exemption Details: 0000000000000008
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.1
Locale ID: 1032
Additional Information 1: e339
Additional Information 2: e3394f7b3816739c60e09e66f9fc965d
Additional Information 3: 3657
Additional Information 4: 365791cb259e24e0b960914ee1e4b63f

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Please help how can i fix this?

Thanks for answers in advance ;)
 

ihog

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Please post all of the specs of your machine. If you did not build your machine, please post the make and model of the prebuilt.

Also, look here:

http://answers.ea.com/t5/Dragon-Age-Inquisition/Dragon-Age-Inquisition-APPCRASH-and-BEX64/td-p/4050813

http://cs.rin.ru/forum/viewtopic.php?f=38&t=64506

I think that Data Execution Prevention is the culprit here as I had similar errors when trying to play golden oldie games on Win 8.1 x64 the past few days.

Here is what I did to resolve my problem (not saying it will work for you, but give it a shot):

1) Run cmd.exe as adminstrator, once the cmd prompt opens up, type the following and press Enter:

bcdedit.exe /set {current} nx AlwaysOff

2) If done correctly, you'll see the message "The operation completed successfully"

- If you get an "Access denied" message, then you didn't run cmd.exe as administrator.

3) Next, restart your PC

4) After your PC restarted, try running the game again

5) Hopefully you'll be playing at this stage

And, it can't be told often enough, be sure to have ALL VC redistributables installed and UP-TO-DATE! This means 2005sp1, 2008sp1, 2010sp1, 2012sp1 and 2013 BOTH x64 and x86 for 64-bit systems!!
I found these links by Googling "Dragon Age Inquisition BEX64." For future reference, you might be able to help yourself out by doing this when your run into problems. You should learn the art of Googling, since it helps PC users immensely in solving problems.

Please report back after trying these. I would first try to follow the steps in my quote. Also, if your problem is resolved, you don't need to post your specs, but posting your specs is always something you should do when starting a thread.
 

ihog

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Please post all of the specs of your machine. If you did not build your machine, please post the make and model of the prebuilt.

Also, look here:

http://answers.ea.com/t5/Dragon-Age-Inquisition/Dragon-Age-Inquisition-APPCRASH-and-BEX64/td-p/4050813

http://cs.rin.ru/forum/viewtopic.php?f=38&t=64506

I think that Data Execution Prevention is the culprit here as I had similar errors when trying to play golden oldie games on Win 8.1 x64 the past few days.

Here is what I did to resolve my problem (not saying it will work for you, but give it a shot):

1) Run cmd.exe as adminstrator, once the cmd prompt opens up, type the following and press Enter:

bcdedit.exe /set {current} nx AlwaysOff

2) If done correctly, you'll see the message "The operation completed successfully"

- If you get an "Access denied" message, then you didn't run cmd.exe as administrator.

3) Next, restart your PC

4) After your PC restarted, try running the game again

5) Hopefully you'll be playing at this stage

And, it can't be told often enough, be sure to have ALL VC redistributables installed and UP-TO-DATE! This means 2005sp1, 2008sp1, 2010sp1, 2012sp1 and 2013 BOTH x64 and x86 for 64-bit systems!!
I found these links by Googling "Dragon Age Inquisition BEX64." For future reference, you might be able to help yourself out by doing this when your run into problems. You should learn the art of Googling, since it helps PC users immensely in solving problems.

Please report back after trying these. I would first try to follow the steps in my quote. Also, if your problem is resolved, you don't need to post your specs, but posting your specs is always something you should do when starting a thread.
 

iiazureii

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i had the same problem and followed those steps now the game launches perfectly (i had to install some VC packs) thanks for sharing the link ;)
 

jag2911

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Hi guys, I stumbled across this thread due the BEX64 crash but with Maya 2016 software (3D rendering). I keep getting these errors so I am prepared to try the suggestion of turning off DEP completely but isn't there some serious risk by doing this?

I tried to add an exception for Maya with the DEP panel but it doesn't allow exceptions for 64-bit apps.

Here's my error:

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: BEX64
Application Name: maya.exe
Application Version: 16.5.2360.0
Application Timestamp: 565cade3
Fault Module Name: ntdll.dll
Fault Module Version: 6.1.7601.19110
Fault Module Timestamp: 568429e5

 
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Hello,
I remember I experienced the launcher crash of Grand Theft Auto V (time of my gaming addiction, I was a freshman then). I tried to disable the GPU but it didn't work. So then I disabled MacType and it worked. Geforce Experience, Fraps or MSI Afterburner/Rivatuner may cause this issue as well, as far as I know.
 

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