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Pc keeps restarting

Right in the midlle of any thing and a blue screen withe white writing comes up telling me that it is doing a memory dump counts to sixty restarts ok but it keeps doing it?

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Seen this problem a million times

change your memory to solve your problem

when your memory fails, its gets stuck and doesnt know what to do so it resets its self.

if you don't know what memory your system uses take it into your local PC shop and they will tell you

or let me know the make and model of your PC or motherboard

Posted on Nov 07, 2007


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