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Physicaldump of the memory

Problem: physcial dump of the memory when i working in internet then tis error will occr in two time in day.but when i work with application or editor like turbo c then i got this error after few minut. i also change my ram & reinstalled the o.s ihave gigabyte motherborad 80 gb HDD 512 ram p4 2.99 intel processor

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  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    Their is an incompatability issue somewhere. No note telling you "due to conflect at..."?

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In my experience, you will never really be able to troublehsoot from the memory dump. It doesn't tell you anything that the normal person can understand.
You need to go to the control panel, and click on Administrative Tools. Within that window there will be an icon that says Event Viewer. Click on that. There should be at least 3 categories of events. One is security and that is probably not a problem. The next is Applications. If you click on that in the left pane, the messages will appear in the right pane. Any message with a red X (error) shows a problem. Clicking on that error message will show you what the error is. The same goes for the System item. Because there can be many problems, we cannot address them all here--but by clicking on the error messages you can get a start on the troubleshooting.
Perhaps coming back to this forum with the errors you can find some answers.

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