August 26, 2010
The memory dump screen appears when your system has suffered a major failure, forcing it to shut down before components of the computer become damaged. This problem likely stems from a recent change to the operating system, whether an installation of a corrupt driver, software program, or other item. Fixing it is accomplished by using System Restore to restore the computer's settings to a working state.
Click "Start" and type "System Restore" in the "Search" box.
Press "Enter" and select "Use a different restore point."
Select a restore point that is prior to the point you began experiencing the issue.
Press "Next" to revert your system settings to that point, alleviating the root cause of the memory dump.
original article : eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_6542840_fix-bios-memory-dump-screen.html#ixzz0xmpTRJsM