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Procedure of solving memory crash dump Windows® 7
What are the various methods to fix a memory crash dump in Windows 7?
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The causes, consequence and tips to fix memory dump crash are discussed below:
- Tips to fix
A memory crash or dump can occur in your system due to different reasons. One of the common causes will be because many programs are running at the same time. In this situation you will find that the memory is being accessed by different programs at the same time which might cause the system to overload which may result in a memory dump.
A blue screen error can occur due to a memory dump in your system. If you have installed any new software and hardware in your system, which needs more memory compared to the older version and if the system does not have enough memory or does not support the software, it can create conflicts and result in serious issues in the system which can also lead to a blue screen or a system crash. When you come across a blue screen error, your system will shut down. In such a situation, there are possibilities of data loss. You may lose files or data you are working on if it is not saved on the system. This data cannot be recovered as it is not saved on your system.
You can try deleting unused programs from your system. This will allocate free space in your system memory. You can check installed programs from ‘Add or Remove Programs’ list from the Control Panel. You can also delete unwanted programs from the same list. You need to restart your system after the uninstallation to save the settings in your system. You can also use a registry cleanup tool to fix this issue. You are not recommended to perform a manual registry cleanup as a even a small error may cause a system crash.
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