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Windows 7: Dumping Physical Memory to disk Error blue screen

08 Jul 2009   #11
Crunchy Doodle

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

For the record - my rock solid HTPC with an Asus P5N7A-VM motherboard ran W7 7000, 7057 and now 7100 without any issues at all. However, when I first put it together, I had a bad memory stick that made it unstable in a way similar to what the original poster is experiencing.

I agree that he might well be served by removing any Asus software and stick with as pure W7 as possible.


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by usasma View Post
P5 mobo's have issues with Win7 - more than most.
1) Uninstall any Asus software that you may have installed.
2) View this post on updating the ASACPI.sys file: Asus ASACPI.sys driver for Win7

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08 Jul 2009   #12

Windows 7 7600.16384 x64

are you overcloking at all? The only bluescreens I ever get is when I clock my ram too high.
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25 Oct 2009   #13

windows 7
help me..

i'm using windows 7 ultimate 32 bit..
when i play games bsod says dumping memory physical..
what cause that to happen?
is it my graphic card does not compatible with windows 7?
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06 Aug 2011   #14

windows 7

Hello, everyone.
I got the same issue when i installed new 2GB RAM. there was 1gb ram already running in my pc since i bought it.
my pc is AMD athlon XII 245. and Ram is 1GB PC6400 800Mhz. new one is 2GB pc 6400 800Mhz. mother board is ASUS. i can send u more detail if required.

The interesting fact is that after installing the new 2gb ram with old one 1gb. it run successfully for 1st 5 days. no problem, no issue. but suddenly now i noticed that both the ram don't work together. only one ram at a time works perfectly. otherwise even if it boot the pc with 2 rams. the same blue screen appears with the message (dumping physical memory to the disk) and shutdowns.

i am attaching the zip .dmp file when it crashed.
i just want to know. is it because of my memory slot? or the ram fault? or the combination is not working?
or if any BIOS settings are required? if yes then what exactly the settings required?

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12 Aug 2011   #15

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit

Your computer have a problem with your VGAcard`s RAM.if it is not onbourd change it.
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12 Aug 2011   #16

windows 7

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by sadegh622002 View Post
Your computer have a problem with your VGAcard`s RAM.if it is not onbourd change it.
There is nothing i have installed or replaced like VGA card etc. everything is onboard. and was running successfully. and still running successfully. i am writing this from same machine. but only problem is both the new and old RAM don't let the pc boot. and if it boots it comes to BSOD.

is it final detection of the problem? then tell me what to do. because the VGA card ram must be onboard. i have never installed it new since i have bought the pc. everything looks attached on board.

please give me the solution what can i do with this situation to use both the ram.
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26 Aug 2011   #17

windows 7

Any update?
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06 Sep 2011   #18

windows 7

ok people, i found new interesting fact about the RAM. just before few days i again tried to use the other 1GB ram with paralleled 2GB. which i removed earlier.

IT WORKED. IT RUN SUCCESSFULLY FOR 4-5 DAYS. as it happened same when i brought new one. but then again today it crashed and refused to boot. so i remove it again and it working.

so the fact is something related with the BIOS term caching/shadowing which need to be disabled in bios. but i didn't found the value in my bios. which is of ASUS.

please intelligent peoples help me to understand the issue and solve it.
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18 Jun 2012   #19

WIndows 7 Ultimate 64 bit

Please help, I have the same problem and it happens randomly, attached are the dump files.
Thanks for the time spent with this.

Attached Files
File Type: rar Minidump.rar (116.2 KB, 39 views)
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