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Problem of physical memory dump

I have 80gb seagate hard ware with i gb ddr ram i get frequent physical memory dump my mother bd is intel p4 915gv loaded win xp pro
+sp2. could any body tell the solution

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Physical memory dump occurs when more than 1 program try to occupy same space in RAM.
Actually there are many products available in the market for this.
i just recommend you to download and install trial version of IOLO SYSTEM MECHANIC and run it on your pc.
this will solve your problem

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