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:
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
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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This is called the Blue Screen of Death or BSoD, this usually happen if u plug in or insert any new hardware. If u have recently added any new hardware, try it out, after plugging off the newly inserted hardware.
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):
As with any blue screen, this is an operating system error in which a driver or program has overstepped it's boundries by writing into an unauthorized section of the memroy, therefore causing the memory dump. You will need to run a system repiar or reload with your recovery disc or operating system disc in order to cure the problem. Start with the repair, if the rogue still persists, then you will need to wipe the hard drive and reload the operating system.
Hi. memory dumps like that are mostly always hardware (or drivers) related. If you haven't changed any drivers recently then it's probably hardware.
My recommendation would be :
1) In the startup option of Windows (right click My Computer, advanced), disabled the automatic reboot upon memory dump 2) Next time you have a blue screen , identify the DLL or SYS file in the message.
if it's always the same element that crashes then you found your problem. Google the driver name and see what is the problem.
If you see almost random DLL or SYS files in your blue screen then you have an overheating issue (90% of the time it's the reason) or a simple hardware failure. (pain in the a** but these things happen)
also, that doesn't mean the data is gone, but chances are if you can't boot at all ever again with the laptop you'll have to hook it's drive as a slave on another computer and get your data back. BUT keep in mind that the problem you are describing is NOT a HD issue or you would get the typical "NO HDD detected" or "No bootable OS found" post post-test issue.
hope that helps !