1. Chhotu uttam

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    this error occurs to me when there is lots of load on my PC.

    can anyone help how to fix it?
     
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    C:\\Windows\\Minidump\\

    Go there, find the last 3 files or so, and upload them to mediafire.com and link us.
     
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    I saw this and thought it was weird that someone would post on gbatemp a computer issue, but not only did a member reply to a "noob's" question (not that it isn't one we've all had at 1 point or another) but a staff member of this site responded. I've always had a lot of respect for the site and think it's easily one of the best out there, but now its like.. triplicated!!

    I really just had to say so, sorry for taking up a post
     
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    It states the error happened in a system component (so there's no obvious driver at fault), and with it being a different error each time that makes me think of possibly bad RAM or something like that. Wait to see if anybody else knows anything about this specific event, then if not run a memtest86 CD.
    http://www.memtest.org/
     
  6. Chhotu uttam

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    OK.
    I'm just downloading memtest86+.

    and about the ram its just 6 months old.
     
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    Unfortunately, age has little to do with quality of computer components. Whether something is faulty or not faulty tends to be a constant, you should run the mem-test anyhow.
     
  8. Originality

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    Power surges, power cycles, data thrashing, data loading, data mismanagement, voltage droops, heat, static, dirt, dust... there are many things that can attribute to components wearing down and giving problems. Quality of components typically makes them more resistant to these factors, but even if you had a thousand dollar stick of super-RAM, it will still probably encounter problems at some point down the line.
     
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    try the board setting when the pc starts up
    press the right button on time or you have to reset the pc
    and search for a guid if you don't know what to do

    or ask it here
    warning it is an dutch site: www.computertotaal.nl
     
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