"The previous shutdown was unexpected"

In the event where Windows encounters a problem in the kernel (memory corruption, null pointer reference, explicit call to KeBugCheckEx, etc.), the "Blue Screen of Death" (BSoD) is observed. This, we all know. The BSoD is actually your friend – it’s there to halt the system as soon as a problem is detected so that…

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"Memory Camping"

On occasion, Windows may report a failure to start a new process due to insufficient virtual memory, physical memory, "storage" or system resources. While there are many possible (genuine) reasons for this shortage (most often visible through Task Manager, Resource Monitor or PerfMon), sometimes there is no obvious resource that is in short supply, or…

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