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I am using nComputing L230 Terminal but when I log in from the terminal, the windows and all related applications crash with exception code c0000005.


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Windows is entirely in control of any blue screens; so the hardware spec is not relevant yet.
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you are looking for an error mentioning a filename... C:\windows\~somepath~\Minidump.dmp
If you get yourself a copy of WinDB (here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/hardware/gg463009)

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The problem is with the RAM. Please change the RAM if there is warranty or purchase one. Also try adjusting the virtual memory inside Windows.

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Carefully wriggle wires on the back of the PC, one at a time. A card (like video) could be loose. Also, make sure the heatsink/fan is clean, and running. It might be time to reinstall your operating system (I bet it is microsft). If you have another HD, you could install windows on it in your sys, and see what happens.

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