Memory Dump Issue after upgrading OS

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Dear All,

My Dell OptiPlex GX270 home computer which previously runs in 2000, now in Vista, suffered from Inaccessible Boot Device and gladly. It is now fixed by a friend. But, another problem came up. I am now getting issues with memory dumps.
I am really irritated about this computer issue thing, and I have experiencing this memory dump issue once in a while.
Please help.
Thank you.
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Answered By 0 points N/A #112595

Memory Dump Issue after upgrading OS



Good Day!
Many new computers running Windows Vista is kind of slower than Windows XP or windows (2000) if that what your operating system have been before you switch to windows vista. This is probably caused by the compatibility issues with applications developed many years ago.
Here is my instruction to disable this memory dump that is happening to your computer right now,
First Step:
Go to start button found on the lower left part of the screen then click it, then find control panel, on the control panel you will see the system icon, double click the system icon. (see image below).
start button-control panel-system icon


Second Step:
After clicking the system icon, the page of system properties will appear, find the advanced tab then click it, then find startup and recovery (system startup, system failure and debugging information) click the settings. (see image below).
system properties-advanced tab-startup and recovery-click the settings


Third Step:
After clicking the settings button startup and recovery page will appear, on the system failure, uncheck the automatically restart checkbox, at the bottom of it you can see the write debugging information click the drop down list box and then select (none), click ok to apply this settings.
uncheck the automatically restart checkbox,


I hope I can help you with this problem.
Answered By 0 points N/A #112596

Memory Dump Issue after upgrading OS


Good day this kind off issue about the memory dumping in your personal computer, you know the best solution on that is you need to return to the previous windows 2000. If that issue will not be solve, the problem was in your computer hardware much better you replace the old memory card and change new memory card. And that issue will be solved.

Good luck. I hope you can do it.



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