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  1. #1
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    Question What does this setting do ?

    Ok in windows xp setting control panel in the advanced tab i turned on kernal memory dump to see what it would do.

    And now im able to get into windows xp with 1.82vcore 2300 mhz played Ut 2003 all night to test it out ran fine so whats the deal ?

  2. #2
    where exactly is it... i wanna turn this on

  3. #3
    ok i found where it is... ill try overclocking with higher volts brb post results in a sec

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    maybe it puts less stress on the cpu and ram
    u should try complete dump and see if u can go even higher
    Last edited by water_cooler 20; 10-21-02 at 08:14 PM.

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    hmm, ill try it when u lot have figured out what it does

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    Member water_cooler 20's Avatar
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    i think maybe that setting controls the boot up of xp maybe it would be better if u set it to none

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    Member nealric's Avatar
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    how do you get to that?
    I own a computer!

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    right click my computer, click the advance tab, then click settings under the power and startup thing. Its at the bottom

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    No that setting is for what it states

    System failure:Write debugging informantion

    Thus those settings determines if the computer dumps the kernel errors and memory errors or none and by dump I mean to save it to a file.(listed in the option right below the debugging info.)

    This sould not change any OC of your system maybe it was colder out that day or some other hardware change between then. Or even bios or driver changes or you could say it was the "burn in factor" if you go by that.


    Kook

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