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Problem installing Operating system

When the operating system gets to complete the installation at the time remaining about13 mins. there appears a blue screen shoing error msg --dumping physical memory or it stops there showing the installation window i am helpless as i am unable help my computer work so please please please help me get out of this error suggest me what i should to in order to get my computer run

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The problem is your ram memory, if you have 2 memory cards, in that 2 slots exchange both its locations. and if a problem like that recurs you need to replace your memory card, return this to your supplier they have a warranty for this. take note: everytime you see like what you have said ''memory dumping'' that is always a memory card or ram problem.

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Stop Messages During Installation An unsuccessful attempt to install Windows 2000 can result in a Stop message. When this happens, first check that the computer and all of its peripheral hardware are compatible with Windows 2000. To do this, refer to the latest Windows 2000 Hardware Compatibility List (HCL). Microsoft compiles the HCL through rigorous component and compatibility testing of computers and peripheral hardware to determine if they work well with Windows 2000. For more information about the HCL, see "Additional Resources" at the end of this chapter.
If the hardware you use is not included on the Windows 2000 HCL, contact the hardware manufacturer as a first-line resource for available information, newly tested hardware, and Basic Input/Output System (BIOS) and firmware revisions. Reducing the number of hardware components by removing nonessential peripherals and devices can help you pinpoint installation conflicts as well.

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