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Hardware Problem. Analysing Memory Dumps

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by silvercue, Apr 1, 2005.

  1. silvercue

    silvercue Private E-2

    Hi all,

    When I boot my PC into XP it reboots about 3 times before Windows loads properly. Once I am in everything appears to run fine.

    I get an error file (.dmp) and have used a tool to convert that - but the info means nothing to me.

    It would seem to me that this must be hardware as it reboots before Windows loads and all BIOS settings are normal.

    Any idea what I should look for first? I can't try a different processor as I only have 1.

    I have run memtest86+ and memory seems ok.

    System is not overclocked atm, it has been in the past and worked ok.

    Any tools that might help me establish what the problem is would also be a great help if you know of any.
    Also if there is anywhere that you know that I could get someone to analyse my .dmp files and isolate the problem please post a link.


    ASUS P4P800 SE
    INTEL P4 3ghz
    6800 GT
    2 gig DDR400 EL RAM
    2x74gb RAPTORS in RAID 0
    TAGAN 480w PSU
    "Tsunami Dream" Case
    Last edited: Apr 1, 2005
  2. Spooks

    Spooks Private E-2

    Upload dump file it'll help.

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