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How do you stop your computer from doing a physical memory dump?

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Physical memerory is basic memory of computer without physical memory computer not working physical memorry good examole is ROM Read only memory

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How do you solve the problem of physical memory dump?

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A crash dump is a memory dump, carried out when there is a crash.A "crash" refers to a serious malfunction of the operating system. A "memory dump" means that the contents of memory (RAM) are copied somewhere; for instance to a file.

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gotta multiply it by 23 to the 3rd power. how do you like me now dick

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If you get an error message in a blue screen that says "beginning physical dump of memory to disk," it may mean the disk is blocked or the operating system has been corrupted. It can be a driver or kernel-mode process tried to access memory and failed due to bad hardware or software.

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it means that you have lot your memory.

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Usually, a 'mini-dump' occurs when a computer encounters an error in a program. This causes the computer to write the contents of the memory to disc. This is so the user can (if they wish) report the error and forward the contents of the mini-dump to the program vendor - so their technical team can see what happened, and if necessary re-write the software to cure the problem.

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That depends on how much memory is being used by the operating system, the apps and their data. In general a paging file is 2 to 3 times physical memory so, 4x the physical memory (paging file of 3x physical memory + physical memory) will guarantee enough room for all data IF the paging file is set to 3x physical memory. There would be more needed for the devices attached to the processor, but there will be holes in memory and these holes most often more than make up for the memory of attached devices.

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It's just a way your computer "gathers itself up" after a huge memory loss. You probably have a program that takes alot of memory, and your computer is trying to find more to burn and waste. If you suddenly lose alot of memory, enough to NOT run programs, your computer will shut down, losing everything. That is why it tries to rebuild its memory so you don't haveta experience it's failure because you have a effin memory taking program. (no offence)

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In this case I rebooted and went into setup. I discovered that my hard drive was no longer listed. I shut down and removed all connections from my IDE slots and cables to my HDD. I checked and saw no visible problem then connected everything up again. My computer runs again.

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You have to insert your memorycard into the computer and then transfer them over. or you can attach a USB to the psp adn to the computer and directly dump the songs in to ur psp, without ever taking out the memory card.. that's how we always do it..

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Really, the easiest way is to just dump everything on your computer onto a CD or memory box. CD's will generally not be large enough, so try and find a large memory box. My friend has a 1 TB box; that's 1 terabyte (1,000,000,000,000 MB) of memory--more than enough (the average computer has at the most a few GB of memory).If you relay want recovery disks contact the computer manufacturer.

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I don't know what computer you have, but if it is windows you can run a defragmentation of the drive, dump your unused programs, and clean memory.

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The blue screen of death means you are having a PMD (Physical Memory dump) Just turn your computer off at the PowerPoint or using the button. It happens when you plug an external source into your computer.

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System error memory and mini dump files are where system errors that you receive, are stored. They are safe to delete during disk cleanup.

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dir is reserved word (short for directory) in Microsoft operating systems. a dmp file extension is short for a memory dump. So a dir00dmp may be a dump file of a directory created by the operating system when it crashed.

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A Dump File is created when an application crashes and creates exception code.

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by doing a giant frickin dump

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Sure you can - but it is the coward's way of doing it.

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I am not an expert but I was introduced with this error. In my case this blue screen error was related with my ram memory upgrading. I tried to find solution on internet and nothing help. I didnt wont to install new windows because I have some importend datas on hard disk. So I figured that my latest big change on computer was that ram memory upgrade. Few days earlier I add 1 GB ram memory and blue screen error appears. That is happened because my computer was nine years old and other components were to old for new ram memory as I figured. I remove upgrade and computer was working just fine. So you should try to remove your new upgrade or buy another mother board...

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Your computer didn't crash "due to" a mini-dump; it crashed for some other reason, and the "mini-dump" contains some error messages that your computer saved to explain WHY it crashed. There are "mini-dump" viewer programs that can often show you WHY your computer crashed, and that may be the information you need to fix the problem. For example, the mini-dump file may indicate that a device driver failed, such as a video driver or network interface. Knowing what crashed can allow you to know which driver needs to be updated.

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Makes It Stink Like The Emersons!

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A block dump is a small image on a computer which contains the sectors read off the original disc, during a computing process.


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