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Old 12-03-2004, 11:38 PM   #11
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PC400? What type of RAM are we talking here? If this is RDRAM, then you need to make sure both sticks are functioning, and that one isn't dead, as that would cause a massive error. (although, RDRAM starts at PC600 I thought....) If this is SDRAM, SD is notorious for heat damage, so be wary of that... If it is DDR, and you were refering to PC3200 which runs at 400MHz, then again check RAM for capacitor errors, since that could cause a bigtime problem.

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Old 12-04-2004, 02:21 AM   #12
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Default Re: Physical Memory dump HELP!!!

It may be your video card, for newer games you must be certain that it is DirectX 9.0 compatible. Also, you need to check if there are any updates for your game on the company's main website. Windows XP SP2 did some really strange things to some programs, and most companies are just now coming out with fixes. The other problem may lie within your RAM, if it's never happened before you tried using that game, it's likely not the RAM, but do make sure that all of your RAM sticks are fully compatible with your system.

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