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Compaq armada m700 wont boot up

Everytime i try to boot up my laptop it wont boot up it runs a check disc with no problem then it goes to this screen of dumping physical memory once that is done it tells me to contact support but i know there is a way i can do it myself

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  • Anonymous Feb 20, 2009

    when i start doing my work in the middle it displays a blue screen telling "dumping physical memory"and i tried to reboot the system but it is getting restart gain without booting.it is not even going to the safe mode.what should i do?

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Most of this kind of problem are located in a corrupt file or a bad sector on the hard drive that checkdisk won't repair you got two option to try. one make a backup of you files and reinstall the Operating sistem or try to fix the surface of the hard drive with an utility call "HDD regenerator" in the 70% of the cases I had it fix the problem specially in older notebooks whitout the need of reintall the OS. you will try and may be this fix your problem. (tihis utility comes in a disk called "Hiren"s" boot cd.)

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