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Memory management error

When i switch on pc,the letters are overlapped with one another and it is all mixed up..

then after that an error comes in blue screen..that c:\drivers\system32\........these kind of files are corrupt...and so a repair is needed...

i tried to FORMAT my pc,after which it was all well for few days.but after that,again all of a sudden,same problem occurred..now,even i cannot format my pc..when i switch it on,it starts and after some time,cpu automatically gets off...what to do??(while paying minimum cost...)

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Try scanning your hard drive, or problem may lie with your RAM.
Check with a specialist hardware vendor

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Have you recently installed some no hardware or drivers? What information is on the screen?

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I install windows xp on my pc....then while it was copying files...suddenly blue screen came and the error was memory management...i can't install windows xp...How do i fix this problem?

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It might be a low power, because of automatic shutting down some of the associate programs of windows will become currupted, try to replace your power supply.

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Driver signing?


Sure,

You need Administrator privileges, which I can guess you have, then follow this walk through:

Right Click My Computer
Select Manage
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See if some other drive, like a memory card or CD or DVD drive is using G. If it is right click that drive and select (words to this effect) change drive letters and from the drop down list change it to Z for the moment.

Right click the drive partition you want to change.
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Often times PCs today and especially Laptops have built in memory card readers. I always start by assigning the first memory card slot in the list to M for memory card and then assign subsequent letters (there are usually only three) as N and O, and so on.

For your CD/DVD drives I assign a new letters a few letters down from the last Hard Drive partition.

If you need further explanation or instructions comment back to me and I'll work with you until you get this resolved.

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