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HGPRT5600

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I am having random BSOD in win 7 64, can someone tell me:

1) where to get a .dmp viewer
2) what is causing my windows to crash?

I will attach .dmp files. Thank you very much. It seems to crash on awakening from hibernation.
 

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It's not really clear what is causing this other than it is seen as a "memory management" error. It could be the ram, but I doubt it.

I wonder about the SATA configuration though, and the "accelerator".

I use the Windows debugger; some good info on use can be found here >>

http://forums.majorgeeks.com/showthread.php?t=35246

You may also use this tool, which automatically does the configuration >>

http://www.helpwithwindows.com/techfiles/explorer-crashes.html


Some folks will use "who crashed" but it only provides basic information -- however it will analyze all dump files in the folder and provide some additional thoughts on the type of crash recorded >>

http://www.nirmaltv.com/2008/12/18/whocrashed-windows-crash-dump-analysis-tool/
 

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antech

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Sorry to interrupt,
but can one open dmp file using notepad?
I know its a silly question.!
 

DaveBurnett

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Yes you can, but it takes skill to read/interpret the contents.
If the tools are free, why not use them.
 

antech

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Thanks for replying to my question DaveBurnett.
Making everything liberal is the only key to make this peaceful.

BTW,my opinions are not worth consideration,as I am a 18 yr old guy who just thinks anything and everything
 
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