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Within minutes of browsing the internet a blue screen comes up. at the bottom of the screen it mentions that it is dumping physical memory. Then it restarts the computer. I tried system restore and I tried using recovery discs but it did not work.

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Welcome to Fixya, it's damnor01 here your computer Expert.

Your computer is dumping memory. This is refered to the the Blue Screen Of Death or BSOD for short.
It is not a good thing it is bad.

It usually happens because of too much heat.

In other words your computer is getting too hot. Clean the computer of all dust, dust reduces airflow through the heatsinks and therefore your computer operates at a high temperature.
Install as many fans as your computer chassis will allow.
Ensure that your Virus scanner is up to date and perform a virus/anti-malware scan, as viruses stress the computer system unnecessarily.

Cooling is very important!

Be sure to rate this session!

Thanking you very much!
damnor01

Posted on Mar 18, 2011

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