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Dell tech in who-knows-where told me to reinstall operating sys, XP Home. About half way thru, error message, "Windows detected fatal error, shutting down." Tried 2 times more same message. Help! Dimension B110. Thanks.

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  • scribe390 Apr 22, 2009

    I checked "no" because I haven't tried it yet. It may well be the solution to my problem and will find out as soon as I can get the parts. Thanks for your help.

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The fatel error is cause by memory/ and or CPU giveing out if the unit is under warrenty then I would suggest having them diagnose it , if its not then purchase some memory with the same spec's and try reloading again.

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