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    BSOD memory dump

    by shivajikobardan ·


    The problem that I’m finding are:

    1) Too many chrome crashes(I’ve done everything that a layman was expected to do, refresh, reset chrome, re-install, delete cache…..)

    2) Too frequent restarts. Like 10 restarts in 10 hrs. Even when there are just 10 tabs.

    My laptop is dell inspiron i5 5567 intel core i5, 7th gen, 8GB RAM, 1 TB HDD.

    This is an example:

    >The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x00000050 (0xffffd2046f675d00, 0x0000000000000000, 0xfffff8067f1f1d49, 0x0000000000000002). A dump was saved in: C:\Windows\MEMORY.DMP. Report Id: 70d14973-9a07-47af-a472-47d81fe8dc01

    How this came?

    By running windows memory diagnostic test.

    I followed Panjino’s video about BSODs. I won’t provide the link as it might be seen as spamming.

    But I’ll tell what I did still.

    First I did that above test. Then my windows 10 laptop restarted itself. Then I went to “event viewer”.
    Then I searched for “memory” and I keep on looking at everything that came. I saw these things.

    This is one example.

    This is the memory dump, it’s 450 MB, not sure why it’s so big(IDK if anyone would download such a huge file, please tell me other ways to send this file if you know). Hope there’s no private information in it.–IJmZVmZF60Cd/view?usp=sharing

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      For memory dump analysis.

      by rproffitt ·

      In reply to BSOD memory dump

      The problem with this code is it doesn’t tell us what caused it.
      “The memory address could be wrong, or the memory address is pointing at freed memory. Faulty hardware, a buggy system service, antivirus software, and a corrupted NTFS volume can all generate this type of error.”

      The machine is old enough to need a good heatsink cleaning, a fan check and new heatsink compound. Unfortunately there are owners that want it to be software. We can deal with that with a fresh install of Windows.

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      Reply To: BSOD memory dump

      by RachelGomez161999 ·

      In reply to BSOD memory dump

      Fix Physical Memory Dump Error

      Method 1: Run Windows Diagnostics.
      Method 2: Run System File Checker (SFC) and Check Disk (CHKDSK)
      Method 3: Run Memtest86+
      Method 4: Run Startup/Automatic Repair.
      Method 5: Run CCleaner to fix Registry errors.
      Method 6: Repair Install Windows 10.

      Rachel Gomez

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