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Beginning dump of physical memory

My computer is always beginning dump of physical memory. it shows a blue screen with requirement on remove new hardware, recent installment, or do the safe mode,.... in the end, is below information: technical information stop 0x0000007A (oxco7c1720, oxcooooooE, oxF82E450c, oxo6o8E86o) atapi sys - address F82e45oc base at F82D7000, datestamp 47e26e98 beginning dump of physical memory. hope to get your solution as soon as possible

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This could be pretty complex. The ATAPI.SYS file controls the Hard Drive and CD-Rom Drive. I would recommend reading this MS TechNet article:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/822051/ The article says that it's not uncommon for the problem to be caused by faulty memory or by problems in the mass storage controller subsystem, which makes sense since atapi.sys (a mass storage controller system file) is noted.
If you have multiple memory cards in the machine, it might not be a bad idea to take one out and try again. If the fails, keep swapping out memory cards until we either solve the problem, or elimite that as a cause.

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