Windows 2000 RAM upgraded

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I was getting "Dumping physical memory" and blue screen message and my server was restarting.Now i have upgraded server RAM, but still i am getting same problem and also shared folder access to client is not accessing.Gives message "unable to connect to server, contact administrator. Please help me out

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Why would you upgrade the RAM to fix a bluescreen errot message?

What is the text in the blue screen?

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  • Buddyfarr
    correct, a physical memory dump is not a sign that you need more ram. you need to give us the exact verbage that is on the screen when the error occurs. you might have to contact Microsoft and have them look at the dump file to see what is causing the error. adding the extra ram will only complicate the problem. what needs to be looked at is: 1) has any hardware been added lately? 2) has any software been added lately? 3) did this happen just after a recent update? (microsoft patch, other software patch).
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