Reading memory.dmps

By Chump
Nov 28, 2006
  1. I have been having issues with my computer rebooting. I have checked my ram and am still getting BSOD. I would just like help learning to read what the memdump means i will post the three dumps i've gotten. The first one I figured was my sound card because it refered to the file ALCXWDM.SYS I removed the sound card from the computer(disabled it in bios),

    the first BSOD gave me this
    IRQL driver less or equal
    "stop 0x000000D1 (oX0000006c,0x00000005,0x00000000,0XF79E1FEA)"
    "ALCXWDM.sys F79E1FEA base at F79AC00, Datestamp 4305a705"
    IRQL driver less or equal
    second one didn't point to a file just pointed

    0X0000000A (0X00000028,0X00000002,0x00000000,0x8051A9A3)

    ***This is the point at which I had taken the sound card out of the mix and everything was running smoothly(for about an hour). I then put in a new sound card and thing ran fine for about an hour then came BSOD #3.

    Third on didn't point to a file or say " IRQL driver less or equal"


    I will post the Dumpchk results as attachments. Thank any one in advance for any and all help you can provide me.
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  2. cpc2004

    cpc2004 TS Evangelist Posts: 1,994

  3. Hatrick

    Hatrick TS Rookie Posts: 90

    Reading memory dumps

    The MS site is a good starting place, but also read the article at
    which gives you some extras.
    Also, read my post today, called 'batch file query' for the actual wording of the batch file - if you use Microsoft's you will get the text version of the debugger whereas mine refers to to Windbg, which is more user friendly to us 'pointers and clickers'
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