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[Solved] First run ApplePi-Baker 2.2.3 Warning Dialog "Access Violation"

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I was trying to use my old 2.1.6 ApplePi-Baker install under MacOS Ventura. It allways aborted. So I downloaded 2.2.3.

On first run there's a dialog popping up with a warning of "Access Violation". Is this a system warning or from the app?

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Good question; Neither, and both hahah ... It is actually an error by the runtime tools.
Unfortunately, it doesn't say much either. This could be any thing, from trying to accessing a non-existing array index, or a function return value that doesn't exist or has a different structure, or a system call that fails, etc.

I've seen a few users mention this as though, and as I understand (since I have not seen it on my Macs) is that reboot seems to fix this. Odd as it may sound.

p.s. are you running on Intel or Apple Silicon hardware?


   
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A reboot really fixed the dialog thing. I am unable to make a backup though. After selecting the destination file a red abort-icon shortly appears and then nothing's happening. No error in log.


   
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Are you running ApplePi-Baker on an M1/M2 Mac maybe?


   
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Yes, it's an M1 Max.


   
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Did you add ApplePi-Baker in System Settings -> Privacy & Security -> Full Disk Access ?

I had a friend of mine test this and he reported back that ApplePi-Baker did not run initially on his M1 Max either, until he added ApplePi-Baker to the Full Disk Access apps. He mentioned that, oddly enough, reading a disk raw goes by undetected under Ventura, so you do not get the warning message that "Full Disk Access" is not allowed.

Worth a try. 😊 


   
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Success with full disk access manually added. Thanks so much for your support. Will make extra donation. Such a useful app when working with Raspberry Pi. Allready saw myself working command line with dd ...


   
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Cool - that is good to hear! ... And you're most welcome!
Thank you for being patient and even more so for the very generous amount of coffee ☕️ 😊 
Just got the notification I think (egoshooting?) ...


   
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Hi, just had the same problem. I had "Full disc access" enabled and disabled. Always the same problem. Then I figured out in diskutil, that I had a new disk, which was the time machine backup disk. Just before it was not active. So I stopped the backup and hence the violation error disappeared. So the reboot recommendation workes, because after the reboot the backup is not active immediately. So running time machine backup and then starting Pi Baker brings up the error. Hope it helps.


   
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@mhl5k Very nice catch! I'll have to try that on my own Macs! 👍


   
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