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Chapter 31. Troubleshooting Common Windo... > Troubleshooting System and Applicati...

Troubleshooting System and Application Problems

It's going to happen. Your system will freeze up or you'll be staring at a big blue screen or your application will stop responding, and suddenly you'll find yourself scrambling to figure out what just went wrong. Maybe you'll think that it has to do with the new driver you installed or the application you loaded. Or maybe you'll scratch your head wondering what exactly just happened.

Luckily, Windows XP includes an assortment of tools that allow you to troubleshoot system Stop errors and application faults that affect your ability to work efficiently and effectively. Your strategy can include anything from submitting dump files for analysis to viewing application and system error messages. By accessing the various types of information about your system, you can identify the source of the problem and begin to arrive at a solution.


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