Physical Memory Dump

Posted: 07-19-2007, 09:18 AM
Hi,
I have 2 Dimension E521 workstations that blue screen and do physical memory
dump during Remote Desktop sessions.
I have run hardware checks and all ok.
They both have 2gb RAM installed and 2046 mb paging file. I have
re-installed XPSP2.
Problem occurs when anything is copied to the host during session. I suspect
it is a memory setting but would appreciate help.
Thanks,
John

Physical Memory Dump


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Re: Physical Memory Dump
Posted: 07-19-2007, 05:47 PM
You may want to use symbols to analyze dumps. this link may help,

Server shutdown unexpected with ...Recently, the server has been shutdown unexpected with different Reason Code: 0x806000c, 0x8000005 and 0x805000f. He doesn’t remember any thing change. ...
http://www.chicagotech.net/netforums...8ab141f9ee765d


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"John" <John@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:14A21C85-B9BD-4AF9-AB5D-E0CB35F74A66@microsoft.com...
Hi,
I have 2 Dimension E521 workstations that blue screen and do physical memory
dump during Remote Desktop sessions.
I have run hardware checks and all ok.
They both have 2gb RAM installed and 2046 mb paging file. I have
re-installed XPSP2.
Problem occurs when anything is copied to the host during session. I suspect
it is a memory setting but would appreciate help.
Thanks,
John

 
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