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"DUMPING MEMORY-REBOOT" Loop


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bnkrldy

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This started yesterday. The computer stays on for 3 minutes or so, then a blue screen pops up with a long message that starts "A problem has been detected and windows shut down to prevent damage to your computer", with a suggestion to "disable or remove new software and disable caching or shadowing. It then starts "dumping physical memory to disk" for about 5 minutes, and reboots itself. I am not able to run any type of diagnostic scan because it shuts itself down too quickly. I tried running diagnostic scans in Safe Mode, with the same result. At this point, I am using a laptop and seriously wonder if my desktop can even be fixed. Any ideas?
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ok, sorry for being an idiot and ansering myown post...I reset the computer to an earlier date, and it't didnt kick me off. I was able to scan all 3 users names. I would like to post the hiJackthis log if it is advisale.
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