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    Unhappy Bamboozled by my pc......


    3072 Megabytes Installed Memory

    Slot 'A0' has 1024 MB
    Slot 'A1' has 1024 MB
    Slot 'A2' has 512 MB
    Slot 'A3' has 512 MB


    WinFast PX9600 GT(NVIDIA) [Display adapter]
    Acer AC711 [Monitor] (16.3"vis, s/n ES7083270030D, July 2003)


    2.00 gigahertz AMD Athlon 64 3200+
    256 kilobyte primary memory cache
    512 kilobyte secondary memory cache

    Maxtor 2F040L0 [Hard drive] (41.11 GB) -- drive 1, s/n F16PM2EE, rev VAM51JJ0, SMART Status: Healthy
    ST3120026A [Hard drive] (120.03 GB) -- drive 0, s/n 5JS6BWXJ, rev 8.54, SMART Status: Healthy
    ST3320613AS [Hard drive] (320.07 GB) -- drive 2, s/n 9SZ0AE1T, rev SD11, SMART Status: Healthy


    500 watt psu by Multichannel


    NVIDIA MCP51 Serial ATA Controller (2x)
    Standard Enhanced PCI to USB Host Controller
    Standard OpenHCD USB Host Controller.


    please can someone help my with a problem i can not figure out. When i play games for more than 10 mins I get and error message saying beginning physical memory dump and that i have to contact my administrator....Then my system reboots and i lose all the Information on my game.This has only started happening when I upgraded my memory and graphics card and PSU too 500w This is very confusing and would greatly appreciate some help on this matter. Firstly what do you think is the problem and secondly how do I fix it.All my drivers are updated and also when it reboots it often does not pick up the 360gig hard drive in my computer so i have to go into bios and locate the hard drive again.This is so very confusing... Please help!
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    Since BSOD is not BSD, I moved your post to the Windows forum so you will get some help.


    On that note what brand is this 500w PSU?
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    You need to capture and post the blue screen error.

    Though you may want to run with only one stick of gig memory to see if that makes a difference.
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    Let's see if we can see what error is causing the problem:

    Right-click on My Computer and go to Properties.
    Click the Advanced Tab
    Click Settings under Startup and Recovery
    Uncheck the box next to Automatically restart

    Click OK
    Click OK again

    This will make it so that your computer won't reboot... But instead, it will show you the BSOD with an error.

    Post back the error exactly as you received it.
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    Originally Posted by Porthos
    Since BSOD is not BSD, I moved your post to the Windows forum so you will get some help.


    On that note what brand is this 500w PSU?


    My PSU is a MultiChannel 500 watt.. and the error I am getting now is a stop 00010000 what ever that means!
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    Originally Posted by hiker
    Let's see if we can see what error is causing the problem:

    Right-click on My Computer and go to Properties.
    Click the Advanced Tab
    Click Settings under Startup and Recovery
    Uncheck the box next to Automatically restart

    Click OK
    Click OK again

    This will make it so that your computer won't reboot... But instead, it will show you the BSOD with an error.

    Post back the error exactly as you received it.
    When I do what you say here I get this:-
    Archive and Index attributes
    a folder and text saying choose tyhe options you want for this file
    then a check box saying file is ready for archiving which is checked
    the another check box saying for fast searching, allow indexing service to index this file which also is checked

    Then
    Compress or Encrypt attributes

    another check box which is unchecked saying compress contents too save disk space

    un-highlighted box saying Encrypt contents too secure data with a tab also unhighlighted saying details, an ok tab and a cancel tab.

    Compress contents too save disk space which is unchecked
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    You seem to be inattentive. Hiker said you need to change the advanced options of your computer system.

    You should have done -
    1. Enter the properties of My Computer (right-click on MY COMPUTER icon or press windows+break anywhere)
    2. Check the TAB called "advanced" and
    3. Put the tick off from the automatic restart.
    4. Click OK.
    After this - next time when you have your problem - you will see BSOD (Blue screen of death) which teels yopu what the problem is. Post it here and someone will surely help you.

    You have posted what is seen on the First TAB of properties dialogue. You needed to go Advanced tab. Is everything clear?

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