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Old 06-22-2006, 12:46 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Beginning Dump Of Physical Memory

My OS is Windows 2000 Pro & 512 DDR RAM. Since the installation of the following freeware-HDDlife Pro with HDDlife, HDD Health ( software monitoring the HDD's performace, reliability,temperature,etc ), iL Electronic Meter ( measuring free and in use HDD's and RAM's capacity )-the PC fails to start up properly with the following message:

*** STOP: 0X000000C2 <0X00000099, 0XE32148E8, 0X00000000,
Beginning dump of physical memory.

This is not a major fault, not a fault at all, if I may say so, but a constant irriitant! When the PC's power is off and it is re-started again there is no more stop-sign message and it works normally!

I think the problem lies in having three HDD monitoring software, two are packaged together, HDDlife Pro and HDDlife, and HDD Health which is by itself.


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Old 06-22-2006, 02:28 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Please download and run memtest for a few hours, or preferably overnight as BSODs of that nature are usually caused by bad memory

After that, I recommend installing prime95 and letting it run for a few hours to make sure your system is stable, as that would be the second reason for a BSOD such as this

Might wanna bust out a multimeter and get a measurement of your PSU rails although based on the fact that you said iL electronic meter measures memory capacity I am inclined to believe that your memory is at fault
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