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Stop error screen

It says check adequate disk space or driver is identified disable it or update driver. or check video adapter. or check hardware vendor for any bios updates then disable bios memory options such as caching and shadowing, may do in safe mode in advanced start up options . then at end it says physical memory dump complete what do i need 2 do

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How much RAM (physical) do you have installed. If you are running Vista and are not clearing your caches and temp. internet files you are going to run into problems. Microsoft recommends Vista requires 512 MB of memory. With other programs reunning you are probably using more virtual memory which will tax your system. I know alot of e-machines only come with 256 MB installed. (Doesn't make sense to me other than cost reduction) e-machines are not the most stable cpu's out there either. You probably will need at least 1 GB of memory or more if allowed.

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This is going to get complicated really, really, quickly.

First thing I need to know, what version of Windows do yo have?
Also, I need to know the exact Make and Model of your computer. If you have added any other hardware such as printers and other devices recently.

If you have added hardware, remove it and see if this still happens.


Keep in mind, normally you need and on-site technician or remote technician to assist in these issues.

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