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raider16

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Hi, while I was trying to do a total computer scan using norton antivirus 2005, the screen turns blue after awhile and says "Detected an error and begining physical dump of memory". This happens every time I try to do a full system scan. What's the problem???

Any relavent answers would greatly be appreciated.
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well there could be lots of reasons. have you run liveupdate to make sure the entire program has been updated? what are your system specs?
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I have updated the liveupdate. My system specs are a Dell Dimension 8300 55.8G harddrive, 2G of RAM, Pentium 4 processor, dont know what kind of motherboard, and a GeForce 6800 GT
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likely an intel board... you can try to run it in safe mode (F8) at startup... not all Av will run in safe mode but worth a shot...
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ok will do thanks

Edited by raider16, 25 January 2006 - 02:55 PM.

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