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Crashing, cpu?? computer will crash, usu when multitasking and the cpu running at max, have tried adjusting the dump file with no effect could this be a faulty cpu???

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Probably not. sounds like a power maneagement problem and overheating. do the normal maintenance like cleaning the cooling vents and such. you can find lots of other stuff aound the web about overheating problems with computers. the only thing that i have not seen on them is about the softwate power maneagement .causing the overheating problem. if this is the problem you have to reset the bios by power cycling. the configuration for the power maneagement in the bios is maintained by the small battety that also maintains other things like the clock when there is no power being supplied to the computer. removing this batttery and of course the main battery (since it is a laptop) will reset the bios to original specs. of course the clock will reset also....lol.

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When i click on training it causes a crash dump


here are instruction to fix crash dumo to your sega football manager 2011

Step 1shock.gifpen up your steam
Step 2: Go onto your games list
Step 3: Right click on Football Manager and select properties
Step 4: Select the Local files tab on the far right
Step 5: Click the option Verify integrity of game cache
Step 6: Click the option Defragment game cache
It should now be complete

this worked for me

I'm sure there are other people out there who have had there game destroyed by Crash Dumps errors, sometimes screwing your save, sometimes even preventing you from starting new games forcing you to re-install only to come across the same problem later down the line.

So here is my 2 part guide to Crash Dumps, part 1 is how to set your game up to minimize the chances of your game ever getting this error, and part 2 is what to do to recover your save (If possible) and get your game back to a working state if you had this error already. Part 1 pretty much lists all issues that cause Crash Dumps and to set your self up to prevent it from happening.

Crash Dumps Prevention

There are certain things that increase your chances of getting an error, here is a list

1) FMRTE - Just dont go there, it screws your data base up beyond repair, you will not be able to get your corrupt save back if you have used this editor. Sometimes its been to known to cause damage to your windows registry too, unless SI make an official in game editor, using third party programs like this is all to risky stay away.

2) Size of Game - Even though I believe I have found the solutions to 99% of crash dump issues, it does not change the fact the game is not without major issues, the games coding causing endless memory leaks that lead to Crash Dumps errors.
So what I'm saying is try to go easy on your database size, either slow or at most medium size data base when starting a new game.
Also dont go crazy with the amount of leagues you select to be playable, if you have a good system 10 leagues at max.
If you must have lots of leagues and large data base I recommend you have at least 6GB of DDR2 or DDR3 ram, if you have an older system DDR ram will not cut it for crazy data base sizes.

3)Everything Up to Date ? - Make sure the following are up to date
+ Graphics Card Driver (Use manfactures site, sometimes windows will not find the most up to date driver)
+ Java - Make sure you have the latest Version
+Direct X - Latest Version your system is compatible with

4) General Settings in Game These are optional but I recommend you use these settings to prevent errors.
Uncheck the following boxes
+Use Skin Cache
+ Enable Data Collection (This is an important one, it will stop FM constantly building up the RAM useage and prevent Crash Dumps)
+ Play in Windowed Mode, Minimize, and Maximize Every Hour.
+ Disable sounds, and 3D cameras, the 3D sucks anyway text all the way.
+Play with Autosave weekly, 3 file rolling save for back ups, better safe than sorry.
+ Uncheck Threading, if you have a Dual Core processor, you do not need this to be checked, it takes away a complication. However if you have one processor with Threading technology keep it ticked, other wise the game performance will be poor.

5) Your Hardware Before Playing FM 2010 you need to be confident your hardware is all fully working, so you can rule that out if you need to trouble shoot in case you get the Crash Dump.
Consider and do the following before installing the game

+Power Supply - Is it at a high enough Voltage for my Graphics card ?, find out and upgrade power supply if need be, you should not be using a Graphics card if your power supply is under the recommended amount, your system will become very unstable, let alone Football Manager.

+Hard Drive Error Free, run Chkdsk, a windows tool to see if your hard drive has any errors.
To run chekdsk press the windows button and R, then in the run box type in CMD, the in the black command box type in chkdsk and press enter.
You should have a report of no errors, or windows will fix errors

+ Faulty RAM - This was the culprit for me, run a program called MEMTEST86, you need to download and Burn it to CD, restart your PC with the CD in the drive and let it scan.
If you are error free all good, if not note which RAM slot is reporting errors, remove or replace that RAM.http://www.memtest86.com/

+Dust Bunnies - Your system would be unstable in general if you have these, if it is a little unstable check the innards of your PC for obvious dust, blow to free dust from sensitive areas.

If you ever get Blue Screen errors while browsing, gaming, multi tasking, then Football Manager will certainly Crash Dump you ***.

Okay if you follow all these steps prior to installing your game you are very unlikely to get the crash dumps error again.


please rate me if this help you thanks...

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Windows is entirely in control of any blue screens; so the hardware spec is not relevant yet.
can you try reading your windows event log immediately after a crash? :::Start>all programs>administrative tools>event viewer

you are looking for an error mentioning a filename... C:\windows\~somepath~\Minidump.dmp
If you get yourself a copy of WinDB (here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/hardware/gg463009)

You can then open WinDB and open/read that crash dump file (file open crash dump), and it will provide you with a filename of the driver that caused a problem (possibly even tell you what it was doing when it was called).. chances are it's one of the following causing the problem: Graphics Card drivers Storage controller drivers Motherboard drivers (Power Management related issue usually)
If you have the latest driver; then get the hardware checked out...

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download Microsoft Debugging tool here
just select the version of your computer (OS and if it is 32bit or 64)

install it.

then check this link on how to use the windows debugging tool
click here

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Every time that there is a blue screen error or a stop error, windows generates a dump file that has the details about the crash error. the dump file is located in this folder
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you have to run the debugger, click on file, select ran deugger for crash error then after that browse to that folder and lod the minidump file.

in order for you to fully understand how to user the windows debugger, you have to read the link that i posted above.

the result of debugging will give you a detailed analysis on the problem, it could be driver issue, or the device or the OS itself

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Hi benladen Your cpu is not the problem it is you dump file that gets overloaded with all the cache memory 
Rigth click on my computer select properties, Go to advance settings and select startup and recovery setting make the write debugging information to small memory dump this works for XP and Vista. Next go to performance then advance tab and to change set the page file initial to 2000 and max 4000 this will give you programs more space to work. Remmember to apply ans set all setting before exit

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