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    How to debug the error or problem when my Windows 7 crashes? Is there any option available to do that in Windows?

    I want to really know what is the problem behind my Windows 7 OS getting crashed? Is there any way to find it so that I can debug and solve the problem?



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    Re: How to debug the error or problem when my Windows 7 crashes? Is there any option available to do that in Windows?

    You can find the file which as the information from C:\Windows\MEMORY.DMP

    Now to open this file you have to follow the steps from Microsoft site CLICK HERE!!

    To avoid following these long steps, you can also install a third party software which helps you to find the problem for the system crash which is called as “Who Crashed”.

    To download Who Crashed software online CLICK HERE!!
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    Re: How to debug the error or problem when my Windows 7 crashes? Is there any option available to do that in Windows?

    This is plain and simple result of virus attack. Exe file like Autorun or virus like trojan come into your machine and attack your system. What happens is that you log onto some malicious website. You try to download software or movies from that website and when you download or register into that website such viruses come into your machine. For sometime they remain quiet and you cannot trace their activities. But with time when you execute more of your application programs and your OS facilities these viruses replicate and execute to eat up your system. Thus your operating system gets crashed. So why don't you go for your Backup and Restore option.
    In Windows 7 gaining back your system is much easier. First go to the control panel and then select System and Maintenance. In the dialog box you will get the option called Set up Backup. When you run this you will get a chance(Let me choose) to modify the number and names of the files you need to keep the files for a backup according to your choice. But if you Let Windows choose then not only the system files( needed to recover the system), but also all of your personal files will be recovered. I would suggest you to go for this system recovery option at the beginning. When this method completes do not forget to download and run an antivirus in your machine. If after restarting your machine, on completion of the backup procedure, also you see that your OS is not working, then you go for a complete re-installation of Windows 7. But before that do format your C Drive.

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    Re: How to debug the error or problem when my Windows 7 crashes? Is there any option available to do that in Windows?

    Crashes does not come due to any one certain reason and you can find it manually.
    Windows became more stable as it matured. And, while the operating system has
    gone from 16-bit to 32-bit and now 64-bit, the features have become more
    extravagant, and the footprint much larger - it is actually harder to bring down

    For recover your system from crashes just go to the link below:-
    http://www.addictivetips.com/windows...ndows-7-crash/
    Just download it and install. It will solve all crashes probem from your system.
    It provide very nice application and find crashes problem from your system
    and then recover it.

    So just download and install it on your system. All the best

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    Re: How to debug the error or problem when my Windows 7 crashes? Is there any option available to do that in Windows?

    Your system crashes because of virus attack.
    So try to get a good antivirus sosftware like kaspersky
    and install in your machine.
    If the problem persists then reinstall the OS.
    Then your problem get solved soon.

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