When I start my laptop it goes up to the Windows thing n then after it says it dumping the memory or sumthing.. Then it starts over and keeps on doing that..
It wont get to the part about logging in.. It just starts over n wont stop. I dont know what to do. It says sumthing about hibernating.. I even put the battery and its working but it wont start properly.
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The RAM of your system is the most used Hardware peice other than the HDD and the system board itself. Alternatively the battery may need replacement and all may come back to normal again.
Please try changing the CMOS Battery of the system and try to install or repair the Operating system.
Lets see if you find some posiive results.
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I assume 'powering up' as the reboot of your OS (Windows) while your are working. The reason could either be found out from 'system events' or configuring 'complete memory dump'. Go to my computer properties and click on advanced tab. You'll find the option to set the 'memory dump'. Install the memory dump analysis tool from MS and analyse the dum when it goes down next time. It will capture which driver is causing the issue.
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As with any blue screen, this is an operating system error in which a driver or program has overstepped it's boundries by writing into an unauthorized section of the memroy, therefore causing the memory dump. You will need to run a system repiar or reload with your recovery disc or operating system disc in order to cure the problem. Start with the repair, if the rogue still persists, then you will need to wipe the hard drive and reload the operating system.
Normally a blue screen of death (BSOD) with memory dump is indicative of a fault in the:
1. Possibly memory;
2. video; or
In some instances, Software-
a. Drivers; or
b. the Operating System itself.
You may want to check the memory installed in your laptop. Some versions have them underneath the keyboard while most would have it at the bottom covered by a lid/plate secured with 1 or 2 small screws. The memory will spring out if you unlock the two side clips. You need to clean the little gold contacts with a pencil eraser. Re-insert back securely and try again.
If the above does not correct the BSOD, you may need to replace them.
Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back how things turn out or should you need additional information.
Good luck and kind regards.