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Serious error? Uh-oh...

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I was just sitting at my computer and it randomly turned off and back on again. After logging in again a window popped up and said:

The system has recovered from a serious error.

When I looked at the detailed report, I got:


What is this serious error? My computer is only 6 months old. I can't afford to have a messed up computer! Please help!!!

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Unfortunately mini.dmp and sysdata.xml are just the names of the logs the error data is in and doesn't tell about the actual error. If you get an error report do a screensave of it and post it as an attachment. You can also look in your system logs to find errors. Double click on the error icon to open a report. You can do screensave of the Microsoft reports too, just use alt+printscr.
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