Question about Dell Inspiron 6000 Notebook
As you wrote that your system is giving an Blue Screen Error message. Firtsly I would like to tell you that try and swap the memory sticks and try and power on the system on one memory stick. This will help us narrow down the root cause. If the system is working on one memory module then the fault is with the other memory module, and if in case the system is giving errors on both the memory sticks, then it is sure that the Motherboard and the memory sticks have gone bad and needs replacement.
also you can try and run a daignoistics on the laptop, it might give an error message.
If you see an error message after running the daignostics contact Dell Tech Support as they can replace the parts that are mentioned above.
Thanks & Regards
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
You can always check your error numbers on microsoft's web site. They will post how to make your memory dump bigger so next time you install that program you were waiting to see. You won't get the blue screen of death.
Posted on Feb 21, 2008
That is a memory dump, try to remember what hardware or software did you install or uninstalled recently, if you can log-in on windows try uninstalling or reinstalling the hardware or the software. if it fails, run the windows recovery on the cd and repair the windows installation.
Posted on Feb 18, 2008
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