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Crash dump blue screen

I ll be computing along and wamo blue screen and a crash dump screen takes a *&%$$ on my computer what can I do ..?

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    I also have a toshiba satellite and its been doing the same thing.

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If warranty - call it in. Otherwise it sounds like a classic case of bad ram. Find a friend with similar ram in his/her laptop and do a test swap to see if symptoms repeat. Then replace the ram. Far more common in HP's then Toshiba, but it happens for no reason. Basically it's a page in or out error with the ram causing windows to "freak out".
You can get a good selection of ram from Tigerdirect.com or newegg.com.

Posted on Apr 28, 2008

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install it.

then check this link on how to use the windows debugging tool
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