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Pc keeps restarting

Right in the midlle of any thing and a blue screen withe white writing comes up telling me that it is doing a memory dump counts to sixty restarts ok but it keeps doing it?

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Seen this problem a million times

change your memory to solve your problem

when your memory fails, its gets stuck and doesnt know what to do so it resets its self.

if you don't know what memory your system uses take it into your local PC shop and they will tell you

or let me know the make and model of your PC or motherboard

Posted on Nov 07, 2007

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does it blue screen & say dumping memory, then count down to ZERO. or just switch off then restart with the fans blasting for a couple of seconds?
does it bleep @ any point? if so in what pattern?

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When I turn the computer on it let's me log into my account and as soon as I press enter the screen turns blue. Loads of White writing comes up then it says ".....dumping physical memory to...


g'day!!

this is what technicians call the dreaded "Blue Screen Of Deaths" or BSOD. I have been been a victim this a couple of times. do the following solutions:
A.
1. reboot your PC to Safe Mode. to do this, once you reboot press down F8 as it is booting. you will be then be presented with a menu with "Safe Mode" as it's option. using the arrow key to navigate to option required -Safe Mode-. press [Enter ] to confirm your choice..
2. once it's done, your laptop is now in safe mode. take note that the display appears to be larger than in your normal boot. don't worry..
3. reboot again, if everything if all went well, then it will go back to the normal display and everything is ok. if not, then you and it goes back to the BSOD the do solution B.
B. the operating system might be corrupted. the only solution is to have your laptop reformatted and a new operating system installed.

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A blue screen can be triggered by several issues with the operating system, or a hardware driver problem, or other issues.

When it reboots start tapping the F8 key in the top row of keys and keep tapping it until you get to a black screen with white writing on it. Look for the option to "Disable automatic restart on system failure" by using your up or down arrow key.

Once highlighted hit your Enter key and when it stops it should give you blue screen with white writing on it. This will have an explanation of why it stopped and gave you the error.

That information will be helpful to further assist you. Write it all down and then post it back using the option to "add a comment".

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sometimes it happen because you have installed a driver recently and it is creating a havoc there. try to run in safe mode and restore the configuration to the previous one.

other options, is that a memory went bad. try to read what error is telling before the beginning dump of physical memory.

if one bank of memory is bad, try running your computer with one of the banks at the time.

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what have you done to find it blue face
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Hi...

There are two thing you should try..
Check the memory.
Reinstall the OS.
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You can try to remove your ram chips one at a time (boot up) and see if one is bad or make sure your virtual member is set to system managed.

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