New here and I hope that someone is able to help.
My HTPC video froze for a few seconds earlier this evening before it eventually kick started itself and kept on working. About an hour later, it did it again and gave me a BSOD 'Kernal Data Inpage Error'. The BSOD says that it will dump the contents of the memory to a dump file, but never actually does this. There is a file located in C:\Windows called 'Memory.dmp' but it has a file size of zero so I doubt it contains anything useful.
Without any evidence to pinpoint exactly where the problem lies, could I be looking at a graphics driver
issue here? Is this memory.dmp file useless as it stands?
BTW - this is a next to brand new system (mobo, CPU and RAM brand new, graphics card nearly new and TV card about a year old). Ironically, the new mobo, CPU and RAM were bought to replace a system that was BSODing a lot...)