How to fix the blue screen problem "Dumping physical memory"? i've tried to change the motherboard and the memory, but still the blue screen appears, (it appears seldom) so when it appears i just restart my computer until it directs me to windows. it appears most when starting and shutdown my pc. please help me.. can you send the answer in my email add? please! thanks!! [email protected]
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providing the actual dump message will greatly increase the chances of a correct diagnostic of the problem. (yes the message actually tells us why it goes to physical mem dump) other than that i'd check the fans and fins for dust buildup (causes overheating)
once your computer take an BOD or blue screen of *****. it is an indicator that one of you perepherals was damage. in that case you only have to option the memory cards or the HDD. if some point you dont experience a hard time in booting it is not the HDD. maybe your memory cards was in defective state. sometimes good sometimes bad. try to chkdsk first or scan your HDD for posible bad cluster. and make a test also in your memory using some stress memory tester
Its mostly caused by some internal OS software problems or by any hardware failure. Try repairing your Windows 7 once by using your Windows 7 setup DVD and alsl remove your RAM and replace it once. If the problems persists let me know.
It's really hard to say at this stage, and there's many more tests that you'll need to run in order to try and narrow down the cause of the problem(s). They could be anything from a potential virus infection causing conflicts, an incorrect video or audio driver being installed, to something corrupt within your windows OS, to potentially being something hardware related like your hard drive, or as you suspect, motherboard. You can try narrowing one of the major problems down, by backing up any personal data to CD/DVD or external hard drive, and then erasing the hard drive and reinstalling a fresh copy of windows and try reproducing the problem there. At this stage of the issue, it's all about trying to isolate where the fault is coming from, and this step will eliminate a lot of possibilities.