xp bluescreen/dumping physical memory

  matt1234 17:17 26 Jun 2004


as i said in the title this blue screen appears but as it appears so quick this is as much as i know about it?

But it appears either when the computer has been working hard for long periouds and on some games why and how do i sort it?


  VoG II 17:20 26 Jun 2004

Right-click on My Computer, click Properties, click the Advanced tab. Under Startup & Recovery click Settings. Under System Failure untick the box in front of Automatically restart.

The next time, you will be able to read the error message. Please post the exact message here.

  livewire 17:21 26 Jun 2004

Right click My Computer click properties>Advanced>Start-up and Recovery Settings and uncheck the box that says automaticaly restart on system failure. This will display an error messgage which you can psot here for further anaylsis

  livewire 17:23 26 Jun 2004

VoG- Beat me to it!

  stalion 17:30 26 Jun 2004

VoG™ nearly always beats us to it lol

  matt1234 21:17 26 Jun 2004

that doesnt help it still does it but it says something about memory dumping and phisical memory with alot of numbers

  the pie eater 21:23 26 Jun 2004

If it helps we get it at work not very often but we just reboot and may never see it again for months our systems are on 24\7 and used 24\7 all year round

  matt1234 21:28 26 Jun 2004

yeh but it happens alot while playing toca race driver 2 and the laptop is only 8 months old so could some one plz help me!!!!!

  VoG II 21:47 26 Jun 2004

Yes. Please read the above timed at 17:20.

  matt1234 21:49 26 Jun 2004

ok ill get back to you on monday

  livewire 21:50 26 Jun 2004

Is it possible to paste the exact error shown nearer the top of the STOP error?

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