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i installed windows 7 pro on a desktop computer, i created to separate user accounts with passwords. once i login the blue screen memory dump appears, this keeps happening even when i restart the computer and login. its one non-stop cycle. i went into safe mode and changed the page file size to 0. i did a little research and i found that is one of the solutions, but it didn't work. what do i do? i would like to solve this problem as soon as possible!
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  1. Did you overclock your memory? If you did, set it to default.
  2. Adam Ye said:
    Did you overclock your memory? If you did, set it to default.


    no i turned on the system and all of a sudden a physical memory dump just happens. i can go into safe mode and use the computer through thats where i change the "page file size" to 0 cause i found out that would help but it didn't
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    Try running memtest86+ for about 10 hours to see if your memory has problems. http://www.memtest.org/download/5.01/memtest86+-5.01.iso.zip
  4. Adam Ye said:
    Try running memtest86+ for about 10 hours to see if your memory has problems. http://www.memtest.org/download/5.01/memtest86+-5.01.iso.zip


    its ok thanks any ways i did a system restore point and that fix the problem. i don't know why it did that its a brand new computer, but whatever its fixed now
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