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Physical Memory dump.

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by cheesyboy, Sep 4, 2004.

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  1. cheesyboy

    cheesyboy Thread Starter

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    Hey all, I think you people can help me heal this stupid problem.

    This never really happened before, but recently in my windows xp, during video games or watching movies, this blue screen comes up saing...there has been some **** error and it does this physical memory dump thing. Its like the whole comp just crashes and you gotta restart. It happens ONLY when playing games, going on high graphic sites, or watching videos.

    I installed windows server 2003, does the same ****.

    Can anyone help me fix this?
     
  2. LVance

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    I've been getting the same error! This is a serious problem.

    The thing is, for me .. it does usually start when Im watching a movie file on my computer, but it's done it at random times as well.

    Sometimes it says Driver_Not_Equl_Or_Less_Than or something to that nature, and then a next time I'll get the same message without "driver".

    I then JUST NOW, got another blue screen. It didn't have any message like above, but it said I need to check to to be sure I have adequte disk space (I have over 15 GB free). It also said if a driver is identified in the stop message, disable the driver or check for updates. Can someone help me out with that?

    This is really killing me. I've been getting these up to 2 or 3 times a day.
     
  3. LVance

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    Erm... :confused:
     
  4. cheesyboy

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    Formatting doesnt work, I think theres a problem in the bios.
     
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