Dumprep.exe error?

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badlands23

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Help! The last few days have been awful. My computer has been experiencing several problems.

The first is that the internet constantly freezes.
The second is that I get an error message of "Virtual Memory Too Low"
The third is I have been getting this error message frequently: dumprep.exe application errror. Application failed to initalize properly 0xc000012d

Any ideas on how to alleviate some of my problems? Any and all help is welcome!

Thanks!

I have windows XP
 
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http://www.liutilities.com/products/wintaskspro/processlibrary/dumprep/

dumprep - dumprep.exe - Process Information

Process File: dumprep or dumprep.exe
Process Name: Dump Reporting Tool

Description:
dumprep.exe forms a part of Microsoft Windows XP (and later versions), in-built fault logging software. Upon serious errors this program will write the details to a text file and request the information be sent to Microsoft. This program is a non-essential system process, and is installed for third party use.

Disabling Error Reporting
Right Click My Computer >> properties >> advanced >> Near the bottom, click the Error Reporting button. >> disable error reporting
 

badlands23

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that's all I have to do to disable those funky error messages? thanks.

i don't have to worry about the message meaning anything sinister? that's terrific. i appreciate your help.
 
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Virtual Memory Too Low

Right Click My Computer and select Properties and select the "Advanced" Tab. Under the Performance heading click settings , Select the "Advanced" Tab and click "Change" OR Press Start > Control Panel > Performance and Maintenance > System > Advances > Settings >Change

Your page file should be AT LEAST twice the size of your physical RAM
It is considered good practice to set the Maximum and Minimum Sizes the same
 
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