Pretty Sure It's My Memory Acer Desktop w/Mini Dump

By PGFracing
Mar 14, 2010
  1. I get a blue screen pretty much if I try to do anything except browse the internet other than that it blue screens and says physical memory dump. I've attached my mini dump zip file would appreciate any help. I'm pretty sure it's the memory on the computer.

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  2. Archean

    Archean TechSpot Paladin Posts: 5,682   +86

    Your dump points to a windows system file, i.e. consent.exe is a part of Windows Vista. Relate to: Security, System Management, default location for this file is:

    Consent.exe presents consent/ password dialog on secure desktop.

    However, before going any further, please attach all the minidumps you have with your next post after zipping them in a single file. Regards
  3. PGFracing

    PGFracing TS Rookie Topic Starter

    I've got the computer torn apart right now, waiting for new memory. If that doesn't do it. I will post the rest of the mini dumps. REALLY appreciate your time looking at the minidump and telling me about it. Thanks a million.
  4. Archean

    Archean TechSpot Paladin Posts: 5,682   +86

    You are welcome; however, had you checked your RAM with memtest, before ordering a replacement?

    I'll be gladly try to help as much as I can, when you need it, Regards.
  5. PGFracing

    PGFracing TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Archean, I just put in my new memory and no luck still blue screening. I've attached the latest MiniDumps. REALLY appreciate your help as this computer has only been used a few times (basically new).

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  6. PGFracing

    PGFracing TS Rookie Topic Starter

    I got to thinking about your comment on the consent.exe file so I tried to replace it but it wouldn't let me because access denied even though I used administration rights, however I got to thinking the Panda Antivirus software I had was probably utilizing that consent.exe file so I uninstalled it and it's been running for about 30 minutes now and no blue screen which is quite good, normally 5 minutes in and blue screen. I think your help paid off. MUCHO GRACIAS
  7. Archean

    Archean TechSpot Paladin Posts: 5,682   +86

    That is reassuring enough; sorry for not replying earlier, as I screwed up my PC :D

    Anyway, I think I was able to find the actual issue with it, and it seemed to run alright for few minutes before I turned it off last night.

    Couple of your new dumps also pointed to consent.exe; so its good thing you've done. Please keep me posted if you need any further assistance, Regards.
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