Your cashe may not be big enough, it sounds as though you are asking to much at once try limiting what you are running and see if this helps. You can increse your cashe it may not be at optimum since you formatted. Ask if anyone else has the same computer and what their settings are if this fails you can do a search to see what the setting should be as they will be out there some where. If you you have any old pre fromat back up disks thys will have your settings on. Also do a proper shut down as it empties the junk freeing memory and cashe rather than hibernate or restart.
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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):
This is not the problem of drivers it is the problem with the memory when one or more programmes try to occupy the same ram space at the same time if you want to get rid of this problem i suggest you to format your pc once and reload the os.
I seems your internal RAM might be damaged. If you bought it new an dit is still under warranty, go back to your vendor and have it repaired. If out of warranty, you can try to purchase new RAM module and replace it (or have it done).
Normally a blue screen of death (BSOD) with memory dump is indicative of a fault in the:
1. Possibly memory;
2. video; or
In some instances, Software-
a. Drivers; or
b. the Operating System itself.
You may want to check the memory installed in your laptop. Some versions have them underneath the keyboard while most would have it at the bottom covered by a lid/plate secured with 1 or 2 small screws. The memory will spring out if you unlock the two side clips. You need to clean the little gold contacts with a pencil eraser. Re-insert back securely and try again.
If the above does not correct the BSOD, you may need to replace them.
Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back how things turn out or should you need additional information.
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