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I work as an inhouse web developer for a doctor and today I ran into an issue, we have a wifi network and my internet connection went down so I did as anyone would and I unplugged my connection because everyone elses was working fine. Well I stepped out to the restroom and came back just as the computer began to dump memory. Needless to say it took for starts to get it up and running but I scanned the computer " the old fashion task manager way " and came across nothing to unusual. Any ideas or takers on this problem?
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Has the problem happened again? If not I'd say ignore it.

You might want to download and run WhoCrashed, see if it gives you any clue to what happened.
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