RAM Problem I guess.

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D@rekills4

In the zone
Well, I am posting on behalf of my friend.....


Well since recently, whenever he reinstalls his his OS, (Windows XP or 7) after a few minutes, hours or days his display turns upside down....

If he restarts his PC, then he get a message saying:

"Windows has recovered from a serious error"
and the files which were recovered are:
"mini051711-01.dmp"
and
"sysdata.xml"

And then some time later his OS stops working and he has to reinstall again....
(He's stuck in a infinity loop :O :p)

I looked over the internet and it seems to be a RAM problem, just want to confirm with the tech guys in here....
 

doomgiver

Warframe
google "windows minidump files" " minidump file viewer"
then copy paste the last few, as asingh said, online.
 
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D@rekills4

D@rekills4

In the zone
Like I already said.....



And how am I supposed to do that?
Need to format Windows every few minutes or hours and then reinstall......



Its based on like pure luck :S

I am a software guy and not a hardware guy.....
So I got ****ed up at this problem :(
 

cute.bandar

Cyborg Agent
And how am I supposed to do that?
Need to format Windows every few minutes or hours and then reinstall......
Grab any linux live distro. (puppy- 125mb) . Boot from it. you will be able to access the minidumps.
Also if the system runs properly in linux, then we will know that its a windows/driver problem. If it doesn't work , then we will know that its a hardware problem.
 
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