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Windows star up.

  • sir,yesterday i got the new internet connection and today when my windows were automatically updating,then a message appeared to restart the system,and when i restarted,then during booting process the screen showed the message,something like:-
  • dumping physical memory,and in resolution part was written to remove newly istalleds hardwware or softwares
  • what should i do?

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    dumping of physical memory

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The update must be requiring more physical memory than you have... so it is dumping physical memory so better uninstall the latest update,,,,

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Choose "turn off automatic updates"

Restart your computer

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or

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