The executable is attempting to write to an address that you either have no access to or that does not exist. Call Digico.
This is a windows run time generated error that can be caused by an operating system upgrade, corrupt file, etc..
Microsoft's writeup on this type error is below, however, please note that an exact match to the error is seldom found as it is generally specific to the program being run.
In this case my recommendation to call Digico was based on a bet they have seen this error before and can lead you to the fix quickly, and because the OS for the board may need an update or recovery process performed. I have worked with allocation errors 1000's of times and the one constant you'll find is that if you let them go uncorrected you will eventually have more problems to contend with.
I still suggest you call digico and give them the error.
"An access violation means that an application tried to use a portion of the Random Access Memory (RAM) that was being used by another process or one to which the process has no valid access.
Step 1: If you are not able to boot the computer, then check if the same happens in safe mode
Step 2: If it does not occur in safe mode, then check in clean boot.
“How to perform Clean Boot” http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929135