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How to determine PC or laptop crashdump (bluescreen) and find out the culprit?

The first thing to do whenever you encounter a bluescreen crash-dump try to repair it using windows repair tools Ex. start up repair or restore previous image.Whenever you can log in again try to run whocrashed software (It is a freeware) it will evaluate what software is conflict to your system.Now if it say nothing is the culprit and the crash continues, the problem of your computer is the is the temperature rising in your hardware.
To deal this problem it is the time to clean your motherboard full of dust by removing all the inserted card into your motherboard then blow the dust away.Even your processor fan should be cleaned by an air blower or soft brush.If your motherboard is free from dust now, carefully insert all back together to the place where you removed it.For the cards please dont forget to use an eraser (soft pencil eraser) to clean the contactor (those tiny copper looks like a fence that stick to the card at the bottom of the card) by rubbing it.Then insert it back to the designated place.Then that is the time your PC will run smoothly again.


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Blue Screen error

ok if your computer is performing a memory dump in this instance it means one of two things first is that your ram has become faulty and second is that your windows has become unstable given that you have tried putting a new windows on it the first is most likely try running your computer with some other ram make sure they are compatible with what you are using now hope this helps

Feb 02, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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my hp pavilion dv2000 laplop keeps on rebooting it self then it gives me a blue screen i think its crashed what can i do to fix it?


bluescreen? try this one turn off your laptop for sometime, and open it and remove the new applications you install. you can repair the problem by repairing you o.s. but it will not take long the Bluescreen will return soon.

solution: back up your data make a clean format. but right after installing o.s. immediately install anti virus.


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Physical memory dump

Hmm... Well a Bluescreen is when your computer crashes, and (as you have found out) preforms a physical memory dump. This can be caused by multiple things. Such as bad drivers, PFN(page frame number) or problems with your memory. When a bluescreen event occurs, the is a technical information which has an error code that can be used to help find the problem. In order to fix this problem, you may have to remove any software, or hardware that you have recently installed. To uninstall software, you may need to boot in safe mode, which is where your computer starts up using the minimal amount of drivers needed, in order to try to prevent the computer from crashing.
Here are some useful websites (sorry, my hyperlink icon isn't working):
  • www.datarecovery.com.sg/data_recovery/hard_disk_symptons_blue_screen.htm
  • www.maximumpc.com/article/features/blue_screen_survival_guide

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Have you tried restoring to a time before the latest upgrade was done? START - PROGRAMS - ACCESSORIES - SYSTEM TOOLS - SYSTEM RESTORE ... pick a date prior to your last update.

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