I've seen this come up twice now and am not sure about it's meaning. In part, message says to restart system, and a?physical memory dump? is in progress. I restart system and don't seem to have any difficulties, but am curious as to why this message has come up lately. OS-windows xp home ed. AMD 850 processer 256 mg ram Any info on this appreciated.
Terabytes: unable to supply whole message for now. This is a full screen error message which in part is saying there was "a serious system error". Instructions to restart system, and some sort of timer/counter near bottom of screen counting off a "physical memory dump" in progress. Not knowing what is going on, I simply restart system promptly since I'm not knowledgeable about this "physical memory dumping" process, or how much time I have to try and read the whole screen. I can say that the two times this has happened, it has been on startup. I will try to read more of screen if it comes up again. Thank you for the info about it possibly saying what file crashed. spiritdark