hey yesterday my friends laptop came up with this BSOD code
if someone can possibly determine the root of this problem that would be great. also if u need the specs of the computer i can get them for you.
There is usually much more information given in a BSOD than that... like the type of error. I'm afraid what you've given isn't really much use unless someone here knows windows memory addresses off the top of their head.
it was saying that is beginning physical memory dump
^The fact that it's dumping the memory means it's a serious error, but at least it's no so serious as to make it not notice the error.
The memory adresses it gives basicly mean nothing; they're there expressly to confuse the end user. (I'm sure they were usefull during the development of windows, but they're superfluous now.)
The best piece of information you could give us is when this error occurs:
Does it happen during a particular part of startup?
Does it happen randomly?
Does it happen when you do _________?
Whithout that information, the best I can advise you to do is run a thourogh memory check.
Does it say anything else? Sometimes there's a more descriptive message like DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_OR_LESS_THAN_EQUAL or something. Those help out more than the address codes a lot of the time. Many times IMO it's attributed to bad ram or an IRQ conflict.