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Physical Memory Dump

Hey there,
For a while I was infrequently getting the blue screen signaling a total physical memory dump, and didn't think much of it. Now I can't even start up windows (even in safe mode) because when I do, it does the memory dump. Any help would be much appreciated.

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physical memory dump

Have you tried hitting F8 or F12 when you first boot up, before you get to any XP screens? If not, try that, then do a system restore. sounds simple, but I had the same thing last year.are you running a dell?

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well

I am running an XP actually. And I can get to the special start-up option menu, but none of the options really seem to get me anywhere. Safe mode doesn't load (though I don't get a memory dump), debug mode doesn't work, and starting with the last known options doesn't work either.

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Look Here

Go to Microsoft.com and search in their knowledge base for your (exact error message) problem. You need to use the exact message that you get on the blue screen.
Best of Luck

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