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Why do i get memory dump? how do i fix it? is there a program that can fix that? anybody has info on this please try to help me thanks

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More info is always helpful in helping you to solve these sorts of issue's ie. desktop or laptop?, type of operating system and also what you see on your monitor when this situation occurs!
Also, can you think back to anything you did in particular before the situation arose, ie did you install any new software or hardware etc.

There could be several issues causing you to suffer 'memory dump', including bad drivers, software installs etc. Do you get the 'memory dump blue screen'? A 'stop error' code?

You may experience the "memory dump blue screen" if you don't have a good video card (common with older laptops). This occurs if you have hardware acceleration turned on. Don't worry, there is an easy solution, turn hardware acceleration off so your computer is just using software acceleration.
To do this choose Start > Settings > Control Panel > Display, then choose the Settings tab and click on Advanced. Then choose the Troubleshooting tab and move the scroll bar to none.
Hope this helps!

Good Luck :cool:

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No video problems, just that my pc had 35 viruses i clean the pc with virus program, and spyware but i got that spybot.h trojan virus in the pc

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WTF!.....35 Malware infections!

Wrong forum Matrix69, I recommend you post your concerns in the 'virus's, spyware and other nastie's' forum!
Let the experts take a look for you!

Good Luck!

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