How can I get rid of the "blue screen" that indicates "beginning to dump physical memory"?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Blue Screen is shown because of these reasons :
1- bad Drivers installation (uninstall them and install them again)
2- check your rams and Graphic card slots.(take out your rams and graphic cards from your motherboard and connect them again)
3- maybe your ram has a hardware problem(to sure that blue screen cause from your ram change your ram with another which you sure is healthy)
4- maybe your graphic card or mother board has a hardware problem.(act like 3)
notice : the most popular reason for blue screen is RAM. check it carefully
excuse for bad english
- 1 decade ago
You will usually see some error code with some numbers. Try to write this information down and then search for this on http://support.microsoft.com/ Or just conduct a quick search on the Internet for the specific cause.
If this just started happening, try undoing any last change to the computer. For example, was any application recently installed or hardware recently installed in the system? If so, remove that and see if it corrects the error. Many problems cause a "blue screen" so it could be a faulty service pack, bad code in an application, or incompatible hardware.Source(s): Microsoft Technet & Knowledge Base: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/default.aspx http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=fh;...
- 1 decade ago
Wait for the dump to complete, then reboot, press F8, then select "Last known good configuration" and the system will boot if it is not based on a corrupt operating system and just a configuration error.