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Why am I getting a physical memory dump error?


My question is about my windows 2000 pro. When I start my computer and when it reaches right before I have to enter my password [I tryed it 10 times to see if it would go away but it didn't] the computer restarts and enters this blue screen and starts counting to 100. While it is counting it says BEGINING DUMP OF PHYSICAL MEMORY. DUMPING PHYSICAL MEMORY TO DISK. I would happy if you know what is wrong with my other computer. Thanks



This question was answered on March 3, 2002. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

A Physical Memory dump can be a result of many things I would suggest reinstalling your operating system Doing this will erase any information that you have saved on your drive, so I hope you have made back up copies of any important files

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Posted by Jeff of Chandler-Gilbert Community College on March 3, 2002