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    Physical Memory Dump Of Windows Xp?

    A problem has been dectected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer.

    Check to be sure you have adequte disk space. .

    Technical information:

    ***STOP: 0x0000008e (0xc0000005,0xed7d37fe,0x3d0577dc,0x00000000)

    *** MZU_DRV.sys - Address ED703
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    Re: Physical Memory Dump Of Windows Xp?

    Sounds like it is caused by virus or spyware.
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    Re: Physical Memory Dump Of Windows Xp?

    Virus and Adwares Have ABSOLUTELY Nothing to do with BSODs, BSODs are caused by two reasons, Page File Getting Currupted and/or Ram Going Bad.
    Firstly, try to chnage your swap file, Press [WINDOWS]+[PAUSE BREAK] to Advanced Tab and Go to Performance Settings>Advanced>Virtual Memory>Settings Click on Change, and Remove the Previous SWAP File and Set it to a new partition. Restart and see if the Error Occurs or not. If it still gives you BSOD then go to MemTest and Download the Utilty and Run it Over Night for best Results. Mostly BSODs point to Faulty Ram, so just get the Ram Modules Replaced.

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