PC showing blue screen physical memory dumping

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Hi there everyone,

i'm pretty new here in this forum.
i'm using windows 7 64 bit service pack-1.
as antivirus i'm using Avast free version.

being a video editor & after effects artist
i'm using Photoshop CS6 (64bit),
Illustrator CS4, Adobe Premier CC (64bit), After Effects CS6 (64bit)
Cinema 4D (64bit), Google SketchUp 20015 (64bit)
Audacity (latest version), and some very popular video converter.
using USB Modem for internet.

i was enjoying my windows-7. that was doing well for me.
but from last few days (1/2 day) my beloved PC having problem.
and all the time it's happens at the very starting moment.
i mean after start my PC within 1/2 minutes dumping blue screen appears for a sec with something written like " physical memory dumping"
and then system restarts.
after restarting this happen again and again and again.
then I insert my windows -7 DVD and took the windows repair and find ok.
but after shutdown the PC I found this again.

plz let me have a permanent solution here.

The best Regards.

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Thanks dear Moderator ........
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Hi

Your issue is the most difficult to fix without data lost.

Can you boot in safe mode with networking?

I will return online in 10 hours.

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Dear Moderator,
first of all thanks for ur so quick reply to my words.
to be honest with u, I really don't know how to boot in safe mode with networking.
well, I will try my best to do so with help of my friends within ur next online time.
and if I failed to have the idea from my friends that how to boot in safe mod with networking,
plz let me have the other idea -if I need to data lost i'm ready to go with that.
but I just want to get rid of this dark & narrow tunnel.

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With Windows 7, start the machine while tapping F8

You should get several option one of them being safe mode with networking.

If you succeed your internet connection will work. I will then be able to send you a tool to find out what is causing the blue screen and the memory dump.
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Dear Moderator,
Thanks once again for ur kind reply.
well I failed to find the way for boot in safe mod with networking.
and though i'm using USB extranal modem (may be) then it's not working on safe mod.
if possible u may send that tool through "deleted by moderator@gmail.com"
or send me any link from there I may able to collect that tool and than I may do what u want.
Or plz let me know the way throgh which I might lost some data, but I like to get rid of this thing. :(

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Hello,

So to help you further, I need answers to my questions:

1. When you get the blue screen, can you tell me the full message including the code starting with 0x0.

2. When the computer starts, can you do anything with it like click on start then on Run?

3. Before the problem occurred, did you add software or hardware?

4. What happens if you open your computer on a non static surface (no carpeting or plastic) remove the ram sticks, clean the sticks with a clean soft, lint free cloth and replace the ram sticks, do you get the same error?

Here is all about the tool I talked about:

Download the following on your desktop:

http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/bluescreenview.zip

Unzip the file

Double click on BlueScreenView.exe

At the end of the scan, click on edit and then on select all

Go on file and click on save selected items

Save the log as bsod.txt

Open bsod.txt, copy and paste here
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Dear Moderator,
Thanks a lot once again for ur kind reply.
well from last 4 hours my PC is running well like before.
all I did just repair again my windows-7 and using the Advanced SystemCare Pro 8.
but still i'm in a scrary way bcz this ASC pro 8 is the trial version.

1. but whenever that thing occur again, I will definately take the pic of that full message with cell phone. and then paste it here for ur analicys.
2. ya I can click anywhere before that occur.
3. yes before that thing attack on my PC I did install a sily software idm and with that's patch iteam.
4. well, i'm using my desktop on a wooden table & didn't try on other ground.
And I didn't try this treatment about RAM, but whenever that misarable blu screen appear again I will go for this treatment too on my 2 RAM sticks. (2GB+2GB)

I'm so much happy that u send me the link of that tool which u told before.
but I couldn't scan my PC with that tool. I did follow all instruction but the tool remain like this:

[url=http://www.pixhost.org/show/67/30132473_blue-check.jpg][img]http://t7.pixhost.org/thumbs/67/30132473_blue-check.jpg[/img][/url]

above, I gave u the screenshot of that tool, how it's actually look infront of me after installed.
plz let me know how to scan this.

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As I don't know how to attached or paste picture here in this forum, so took the help of that image hosting site.
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Dear Moderator,
sorry for my delayed reply here.
well, I couldn't find the mountain like button here yet.
so that I try the file hosting,


http://speedy.sh/j6kjd/Blue-Sreen.jpg

http://speedy.sh/j6kjd/Blue-Sreen.jpg



now hope u may able to see the screen-shot. and may give me a further suggestion here.

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Sorry for my interference,

I suggest you to enter into safe mode and do a system restore before 2 or 3 days prior the issue start happen.

To do this:

Tap F8 immediately after starting up of pc.
select safe mode.
Start-->all programs-->accessories-->system tools-->system restore. ( you will see some restore points there)

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Dear Moderator,
Thanks for ur reply here.
well u did send me a tool's link through that tool I may able to scan my PC blue-screen issue and then u wants me to send that bsod.txt, copy and paste here.

but the real fact is, I download that tool in good shape and did Unzip the file
Double click on BlueScreenView.exe

but this tool showing a disable option of scaning PC. so without scanning how I may able to send that bsod.txt ?????????

JUST LET ME KNOW this thing 1st.

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To attach a picture, you press reply, answer the post and press the mountain like icon, select the file and press open.

Your file hosting did not work, it's blank. For file hosting, you better use www.speedyshare.com, upload the pic and paste the url here.

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Did you scan with Blue Screen view?

What I want is the log

At the end of the scan, click on edit and then on select all

Go on file and click on save selected items

Save the log as bsod.txt

Open bsod.txt, copy and paste here
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After you have unzipped the file, you click right on BlueScreenView.exe to run as admin and the scan should proceed.
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Dear Moderator,
Thanks once again for ur kind reply here.
ya I can feel that really u want to help me.
but plz trust my words,
After I have unzipped the file, click right-button on BlueScreenView.exe to run as admin and the scan option didn't enabled. trust my words. :(

but i'm still looking for have the cure of my blue-screen issue.


The best Regards.