Memory Dump?

  Jason Hobson 13:23 20 Feb 2003
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When closing some programs i sometimes get this error, does ne1 know wat it means and how tp prevent it, i got 256mb ram

  worf 14:20 20 Feb 2003

A memory dump specifies what windows does if the system stops unexpectedly.

It can be disabled in WIN XP.
If you are running Win XP go to START/SETTINGS/CONTROL PANEL now select SYSTEM and then the ADVANCED TAB. Now go to the START UP AND RECOVERY window and select SETTINGS. In this window under the WRITE DEBUGGING INFORMATION panel is a box which is probably set to COMPLETE MEMORY DUMP. Select the box and then select NONE.
Hopefully that will have cleared it.

  worf 14:21 20 Feb 2003

A memory dump specifies what windows does if the system stops unexpectedly.

It can be disabled in WIN XP.
If you are running Win XP go to START/SETTINGS/CONTROL PANEL now select SYSTEM and then the ADVANCED TAB. Now go to the START UP AND RECOVERY window and select SETTINGS. In this window under the WRITE DEBUGGING INFORMATION panel is a box which is probably set to COMPLETE MEMORY DUMP. Select the box and then select NONE.
Hopefully that will have cleared it.

  worf 14:22 20 Feb 2003

Sorry bout the double post

  Jason Hobson 19:17 23 Feb 2003

i tried that but i just got another one of those errors.

its only ever since i installed winxp

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