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Dump of Physical Memory

*** Stop: 0x000000B4 blah blah
Beginning dump of physical memory

i need to reboot my dell inspiron b130 laptop
with the dell disks
how do i?

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  • ksachin May 11, 2010

    just try to change the ram



    this is problemof ram



  • Bill Speer
    Bill Speer May 11, 2010

    The dumping of physical memory relates to logs created due to errors. These contain information about the crash. I'm curious why you think you have to boot to your Dell disks? This is what you would be doing to reinstall the operating system to its original factory settings. It's an extreme measure to take when we might be able to figure out a simpler solution. Let me know!

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Put the Dell CD in the drive bay. Turn on the computer and start pressing <F12> key. It should say "Preparing one-tome boot" When the screen shows a selection menu for the boot device, use the arrow keys to select the CD and press <Enter> key. That should run the Dell CD. Follow the onscreen prompts to run diagnostics checks

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