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Those error codes don't really mean very much to the general consumer, but blue screens of deaths are caused by bad RAM memory in your computer, not viruses. I'm going to take a guess that your computer is either several years old and/or it constantly get quite warm? Heat can shorten the life of computer components by quite a bit. You may need to get one of your RAM cards replaced to solve this issue.
There's a free program called Memtest86 that you can run to determine if this is the case. It will scan all your memory and look for bad sectors. You can download it here: http://www.memtest86.com/ and burn it to a CD. What it does is create a bootable CD that will execute the program as the computer turns on to scan all the memory. There are full instructions on their website. The process can take an hour or two depending on how much memory your computer has, and if it turns up any bad sectors then you know what your problem is.
A computer can run with bad sectors in the memory, but it makes it unstable that it will keep bluescreening, so if you have bad sectors in your memory it might be better just to replace the RAM. Luckily, this isn't too expensive. For instance, if your computer has 4GB of memory, it probably has 2 2GB RAM cards installed. You can get a 2GB replacement notebook memory for, I'd say $30 or $40. Installing RAM is very simple, and if you're willing to install it yourself, it won't cost you more than that.
physical memory dump occurs when more than 1 program try to occupy same space in RAM.
Actually there are many products available in the market for this.
i just recommend you to download and install trial version of IOLO SYSTEM MECHANIC and run it on your pc.
this will solve your problem
First tell that which O/S it had earlier coz armada e500 notebook comes with 64 MB RAM and 12 GB HARD DISK , had you upgraded your notebook with RAM AND HARD DISK . If not then check the hard disk space you have left in the notebook
Operating System: # Windows XP with Service Pack 2 or later # Windows Vista (32-bit or 64-bit editions)
Hard Disk: # 430 MB
Memory: # 512 MB RAM
Optical Drive: # DVD-ROM
Other: # 1,024 × 768 or better monitor resolution # Mouse or tablet
Where these are the minimum specs I would recommend at least 1+gb memory and a good graphics card and a P4 or AMD processor running at 1.8ghz or better, and that would depend on how in depth you get into the program
Don't know much about this machine. If this machine is having any Intel based processor more than 1Gz CPU, and more than 256 MB Ram, there is no reason that you cann't install windows xp. cheers - Parveen
It may be possible that the memory that you are trying to use may not be completly compatible with the architecture of the motherboard, if you are using Win XP SP2 you will need a minimum of 512 Mb mem otherwise it will run slowly (especially if running norton AV or Mcafee AV)
It would be a good Idea to buy replacement memory, as the compatibility of the memory you are trying to use is in question.
Kingston memory have a "configurator" which ensures that you get the correct memory for their board, and their memory has a lifetime warranty.
RIGHT Click... My Computer From the menu choose Properties Click the Advanced tab Click Startup and Recovery Under the system failure area take the check OUT of the box that says Automatically Restart.
Windows XP sucks on 128MB, get yourself more memory, go to 1 Gig. Your problem could also be hardware such as a power supply so re-comment if the suggestion did not work for you.
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