Lenovo® A70z all-in-one PCs Memory Blue Screen
What are the reasons and the consequences of blue screen error due to memory dump in Lenovo A70z all-in-one PCs system?
Lenovo A70z all-in-one PCs are powerful systems with the Windows 7 professional operating System which simplifies your daily tasks. The memory capacity in this system is 2GB and the user could upgrade the memory capacity up to 4GB.This system sometimes shows some types of memory dump issues such as blue screen. If the system contains any of the duplicate values in the registry, the chance of this blue screen will be more. Those duplicate values will result in memory loss. The insufficient memory in the system will also results the blue screen error. The corruption of memory is the situation which refereed as memory dump. The bad sessions in the hard drive are also a reason for the memory dump.
Get to know about how to fix the blue screen error due to memory dump:
- Remove the duplicate values from registry
- Eliminate temporary files
- Upgrade the memory capacity
Remove the duplicate values from registry
When you install software to the system, then the reference of that software will be created in the registry. Registry is one of the storage space of the system in which all these data are stored. But you have to remove those references while uninstalling that software from the system. If any of the references are still remaining in the registry after uninstalling corresponding parent software, those values are duplicated. But those unnecessary values will use some amount of memory and this results the memory dump. You could fix this issue by removing those unnecessary values from the registry.
Eliminate temporary files
The temporary files in the system are the next issue that results the blue screen error. These temporary files have the same effect of the registry references in the system. By removing those temporary files also you could fix the memory dump issue since they results, memory leak. To select the temporary files in the system, you could type as ‘temp’ or ‘%temp%’ in the command prompt. Then select all the unnecessary files from the temporary folder and then delete them.
If the system contains lots of data and if it fails to provide more memory to any of the functions then you need this memory upgradation. Through upgrading memory capacity, the system could provide more memory to each of the applications and the unordered data in the memory will be ordered. This also fixes the memory dump blue screen in the system.