The Physical Memory Dump Error – How to Stop It

November 17, 2020 by No Comments

The physical memory dump error is one of the most annoying and disruptive errors that you can ever have on your system. Not only does it stop you doing what you want, but it also makes you lose unsaved work and games.  This is a big problem which appears at the worst times possible, but is one which you can fix pretty easily.

When your computer performs a “physical memory dump”, it basically takes all the stored parts of the “working memory” and puts them onto your hard drive, because something so bad has happened that your PC literally can’t handle it and has to restart. Although all your files and options are stored on your hard drive, they are wiped next time Windows loads, which means that if you are unfortunate enough to get this error, you can lose your data very easily.

The blue screen physical memory dump error is caused by two things. The first is that your computer has some hardware which isn’t compatible with other hardware on your computer. This is a pretty easy thing to fix because you just need to take out any new piece of hardware that you might have put into your PC. Everything from external hard drives, to USB sticks, to new motherboards are all possible culprits.

The second reason is that you have a software problem which is so bad that your computer can’t handle it. This type of problem is normally caused by a part of your computer called the ‘registry’, which is the central database for Windows. It stores all the settings and options for your computer, allowing it to quickly load a number of of different settings for your PC. Unfortunately, the registry can often get corrupted and damaged, making Windows struggle to read the files inside it. This is caused by your computer having so many registry files open at any one time, it actually gets confused and saves many in the wrong way.

The problem with the registry is that if it has any corrupt files which it can’t read, it simply has to stop what it’s doing and make an error, telling you to fix the problem. However, if your computer needs the files to work, which is often the case, then your PC will actually struggle to get round the issue, meaning that the only way out is to start over with a physical memory dump. This is why these errors seem to happen at random times, and is also why you need to be able to keep your registry in top condition.

Luckily, if the physical memory error is being created because of a registry error, then there’s a really simple solution to fix it. You just need to use a tool called a registry cleaner to go through the registry and fix all the problems that are in there. Registry cleaners scan your entire registry database and fix all the bad files that they find, allowing your system to quickly find all the files it needs, when it needs them. This will stop the physical memory errors and speed up your PC, too.



Source by James Henry Johnson

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