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Thanks for the help. 02-25-2008, 02:59 AM #4 Deleted090308 Not... But not a HDD as that would be like hitting a brick wall. 16GB of ECC RAM AND 256MB Pagefile for years here. This is a particular concern as this drive contains my 80GB family photo album (not backed up) that's been building up for over a decade. Let us know how this goes. 0 #5 Kib Posted 29 August 2010 - 03:40 PM Kib New Member Topic Starter Member 6 posts I ran Memtest, did 8 passes on

Yesterday, when I plugged the adapter again, system freeze, forced shutdown, etc. The screen tells me it's creating a memory dump them restarts the machine. The rest of the time, you are able to read the files because they are in good sectors. I now go no place without it! –Paul Fleming May 26 '13 at 19:51 No worries; glad it helped. –Synetech May 26 '13 at 21:06 add a comment| up

The computer stores that additional 1 GB of data in its page file or swap space. ssc73 Marked as answer by Vivian Xing Friday, October 09, 2009 8:41 AM Thursday, October 08, 2009 9:35 AM Reply | Quote All replies 0 Sign in to vote Are you Worth $70-$80? 0 #9 phillpower2 Posted 02 September 2010 - 07:37 AM phillpower2 Tech Staff Technician 20,223 posts The MB is ok but I am not sure why you are replacing If you need more, you can also get a 30-day "free trial" of one of the paid pricing models, which gives you access to all SugarSync features (except remote wipe).

  1. On this other post they were asking for the mini Dmp.
  2. When you maximized it later, it would take a while to appear, and you'd hear your hard drive grinding away while that disk activity LED flashed -- its data was being
  3. If the first doesn't help, then try the next.
  4. But, again, both of these options have expiration dates before you'd have to cough up some money, so it’s really only the best option if you plan on sending really big
  5. Click Start, type %SystemRoot%\Minidump and press Enter2.
  6. M. 03-21-2008, 11:45 AM #11 Deleted090308 Not...
  7. The 16G MP3 player will sometimes cause the crash, but not often.
  8. If the drive is having problems, then a scan should be able to trigger the issue.
  9. Help: My Hardrive (windows7) Won't...
  10. See attachment for photo of entire error.

Monday, October 05, 2009 1:33 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Please go to Control Panel -> System and Security -> Action Center.Click the Maintenance link to expand Get the answer ericalingOct 26, 2007, 5:54 AM HI,I have a similar problem. However, a page file or a dedicated dump file might still be required to back a system crash dump."

September 16, 2014 Jouni Järvinen You're better off writing the swap data to see what the drive itself is telling you about its health.

AMD Athlon 64x2 Dual core 3800+ 2.01 GHz, 2.00 GB RAM Gigabyte GA-M51GM-S2G Motherboard. I am also a little concerned that something has fried in my MOBO when my power supply blew almost a year ago. Sure, you could resize your partitions later -- but that's more work. What is likely happening then is that there are a select few bad sectors in a select few files, thus the problem only occurs when you happen to access the file(s)

But I am unsure what to do next. The page file or swap acts as an "overflow" area to hold the additional data. If it works, then the problem is in the motherboard. Reason is space saving on the SSDs.

Most mail servers (both incoming and outgoing) restrict attachment sizes to a maximum of 10MB, and often it can be even less than that. have a peek at these guys Also have a LogMeInMirror Driver for remote access. It has always been about supporting a system crash dump, if it is necessary, or extending the system commit limit, if it is necessary. Could be a power problem.

Run the test with 1 RAM stick at a time and let it pass 4-5 cycles. 03-16-2008, 04:32 PM #5 mtree Registered Member Join Date: Feb 2008 Posts: check my blog See second attachment. For example, when a lot of physical memory is installed, a page file might not be required to back the system commit charge during peak usage. When I connect them to a storage device however I occasionally get the blue screen of death.

But that was back when I was using that particular USB wireless adapter. I've heard that constant writes to a SSD can decrease the lifespan of the SSD and to turn off the paging file. Tags: Internet, Storage Share this article Share Tweet Send  Hi. this content Problems with Windows 7 updates Problem with windows.

Ask ! Maximal run length in base-2 representation of n more hot questions question feed about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us feedback Even less if we're hitting 16GB, but if hibernation will be needed, then 1GB extra.

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Any help will be appreciated. If you get a catastrophic error like a BSOD from accessing the drive, then it could be the controller. (For example, I have an old Asus board which works fine if I believe it is likely related to that even though they do have 7x64 drivers for it. I've done searches on the whole drive, but since I've stopped the bsod from automatically rebooting my PC I have not been getting any new DUMPS.

See also: what's the best free email service? So it look like whenever I'm transfering a large file whether it be via USB or between two STATA drives I get the BSODs. Any thoughts as to the merits of this board? have a peek at these guys For example I have a system with 8GB of RAM and while I play some games and do some basic video editing i have NEVER used more than half of that

I want to double check the failure to make sure it's video related and not something else.Want to know if your hardware will work on Windows 7? Can you suggest a way to backup with a tool that can overcome/handle the OS unhandled errors? –Paul Fleming Dec 26 '12 at 9:20 | show 4 more comments 2 Answers MiniDump : 3.Speccy link: 4: Log from minitoolbox: 5 Log file from Unstoppable Copier (leads to BSOD) : 6.