My computer with windows xp after a while dumps its memory
My computer with windows xp after a while dumps it memory and shows the follwoing error codes 0x000000F4 (0x00000003 0x8980BDAO 0x88980BF14 0x80605774) how can I fix this problem
My computer is a a MSI G31M3 Series came with windows installed
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Download Malwarebytes from filehippo.com and run on both computers in safe mode Go to start and right click on my computer click on properties and then advanced then startup and recovery click settings. Where it says write debugging info click(small memory dump (64kb)
Could you please provide me the exact error message? However to stop the system shutdown first follow these steps. Disable automatic system restart. 1.Restart the computer and press the f8 key to open the Advanced Boot Options menu. 2.Select the Disable automatic restart on system failure option. 3.Restart the computer to accept this change.
Then go to safe mode This problem occurs after a memory dump file (error log file) is written by Windows XP. Because the memory dump file flag not reset in Windows XP the memory dump file will contiue to be written every time Windows is restarted.
1.Restart the computer and immediately press f8 repeatedly. Use the arrow keys to select Safe Mode and then press enter . 2.Click Start , right-click Computer , and then select Properties . 3.Click Advanced system settings , grant permission to continue if prompted, and then click the Advanced tab. 4.On the Advanced tab, click Settings
In the Virtual Memory section, click Change .
For Paging file size for selected drive, click No Paging File , and then click Set .
Click Yes after the following warning appears:
If the paging file on volume X: has an initial size of less than xx megabytes, then the system may not be able to create a debugging information file if a STOP error occurs. Continue anyway? (X is the drive letter and xx is the amount of RAM installed on your computer minus 1 megabyte.)
Click System Managed Size .
Click OK four times to return to the Windows Desktop Screen and then restart.
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Well if it does that you should make sure all media is unplugged from the computer. If you have the Windows XP Original Release disk insert it and re-install Windows XP. If still says the same error "operating system not found" take it to a computer specialist near you or go on another computer and contact www.microsoft.com, thats all I can say.
There are essentially two major causes of the physical memory dump screen: Running way to many programs at once, errors in the Windows registry.The first cause can be fixed rather easily. Simply run fewer programs or purchase additional RAM or processor upgrades. Your computer is running past its specified limits. But keep in mind the blue screen of death should happen very infrequently. If you see the physical memory dump blue screen more often then the problem is errors in the Windows registry.This is a more abit of a harder problem to deal with. The registry is the most important component of your computer. The registry contains settings and information to run all software and hardware on the computers. When there are errors in the registry it disrupts the computers ability to communicate. When the system cannot compute, it freezes up and displays the Windows blue screen. I found a registry cleaner that is free and works rather well. It is named cCleaner, has been around for some time and did I mention FREE...Download it from thelink below run it should clean up your registry...where good men fear to tread.
Make sure your computer meets the minimum system requirements for running Windows XP if this is an upgrade - I had a computer that technically met the requirements, but boy did it run slow after I upgraded from Windows ME to Windows XP. If your hard drive contains no programs, information that you can live without, then you can completely reformat the hard drive and start over from scratch. If it does contain important programs, burn them to CD or DVD - and make sure that your computer can read the files after you are done burning - and then reformat your hard drive.