Error 0x100000d1 (Minidump)

Windows XP operating system is produced by Microsoft. Windows XP has done very well since its launch, and has been a major player for many years. But certain problems and errors may occur when using it on a regular basis. The below article illustrates how to detect bugs and troubleshoot them. Windows XP is easy to use, but to get rid of the errors can be cumbersome. Below is a simplified way to help resolve these issues by going through the Control Panel. The bug issue can be solved by going into the advanced settings option in CP to choose "complete memory dump". Generally, such errors occur due to the memory file getting corrupted or lost due to certain issues.

After a bug check, your PC reboots and Windows restarts. After error verification: 0x100000d1 (0x0000000C, 0x00000002, 0x00000000, 0xaa6a6f21, a dump was registered under the C: \WINDOWS\Minidump\Minixxxxx.dmp.

This problem may be due to virtual memory corruption. Whenever the file minidump is full while the swap file indicates cleaning.


Go to Menu Start > Control Panel > System

In the open window, select Advanced > followed by Settings in the Start up and Recovery.

In the "Write debugging information", scroll from "small memory dump (64 KB)" to "Complete memory dump".

Then confirm by clicking on "OK". Then restart your computer.

If the problem persists, check your RAM with the software Memtest.

You can download the software for free on the link below:
Published by deri58. Latest update on June 27, 2012 at 05:58 AM by Jeff.
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