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Old 10-08-2008, 08:00 PM   #1
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Hey there.

Does anyone know of a forum where you can post a .dmp file which people can use open, make sense of and then help pin-point what is causing a BSOD on your computer?

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well this is the wrong section. if u post it here im sure somone can help. or tell us what the BSOD says
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yea just tell us what the bsod says.
wont it open in notepad though?
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give us the dmp if u dont know what the bsod says
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You can run the Windows minidump debug tool from Microsoft
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If anyone can help me then please feel free to do so.

The computer is very old, and is the family PC and unfortunately I don't know the specs of it. The problem is that I keep getting BSOD, usually when browsing the Internet or listening to music or on MSN. I can tell you what the BSOD says if it'd help, but I assume with the .dmp file it's not necessary?

Here is the .dmp: http://rapidshare.com/files/152347115/dmp.zip.html

I tried using Windows minidump debug tool from Microsoft but didn't really understand what to do, how to install the patterns.

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