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Shut down - performing physical dump

Sometimes my computer will lock and go to a blue srceen that says problem with computer and performing physical dump. This can happen about 6 times in one day and then go for weeks without this happening. Last time I waited too long before switching computer off and lost all my bookmarks that I was viewing at the time this happened. Any idea what this problem is. Thank you.

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Hi, Blue screen is most of the time a hardware issue. Seems like either hard drive or memory is faulty. More like your hard drive though. Try to get it tested at a repair shop before it totally fails. Test the memory first to verify it's ok. If it's ok, then it could be your hard drive. You might or might not need a new hard drive but at this stage, if you get a new one you might be able to copy the data off this failing drive. If you wait longer, the problem is only getting worse and it could lead to total data loss. Good Luck, Lolita

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