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Blue screen solution with a message about beginning of a physical memory dump when computer is turned on
What should I do if my computer has a blue screen? Recently, a user asked, when turning on computer, a blue screen often appears, and he suggests starting a physical memory dump, what is happening? How to solve blue screen prompting you to start a physical memory dump when you turn on computer? Below are specific solutions.Solution:
1. The memory module has poor contact or poor compatibility
Decision. Disconnect memory card and wipe golden finger with eraser, and then try to insert it back. If that doesn't work, try swapping memory slots and reinserting them.
2. Bad contact of motherboard board or quality problems lead to unstable operation of equipment
Decision. Power off and re-plug all hardware to avoid virtual connections.
3. Poor computer cooling leads to overheating and failure of processor or video card chip
A hardware design defect has been detected, such as some recalled video cards or computer components.
Solution: Carefully remove dust to improve heat dissipation of machine, if not, replace fan (heatsink).
4. Bad sectors of hard drive
Resolution: Detect and try to fix corrupted hard drive track, but repairing corrupted hard drive track will destroy data of track and its adjacent sectors. Please back up your data before repairing bad sectors on your hard drive to reduce unnecessary data loss.
5. Motherboard diagnostic card
Resolution: If there is a diagnostic card for main board, it is recommended to connect it and run a test.
6. Poor hardware compatibility
Decision. A similar situation is often observed on machines that are compatible with non-branded assemblies. If you know what's broken, just replace it.
7. Looking for after-sales or professional service
If you can't solve problem yourself, contact service department or specialists.