991780 wrote:BSOD is not a Database issue but an o/s issue. You should the related messages coming along with it and try to resolve it from the o/s level. I don't think much can be suggested from here. If you have got it 9/9 times that means you have something wrong with the h/w of your machine. What's the RAM on the machine and why you are trying to install a 32bit db on a 64 bit o/s anyways?
OS= WIN 7 Professional
Now, i have already one database UP
when i am trying to install Oracle (software only ) in other drive , at the step when it checks requirements , my OS gets memory error ( blue screen )
it happned to me atleast 9/9 times when i try to install
Installed database is - 10.2.0 (64 bit)
and Trying to Install Database is - 10.2.0(32 bit)
991780 wrote:As I said, it's not really an db issue as the BSOD can come from many reasons. Try to check on the MS's forums what you can do about it? Try to check in the event logs of the machine, may be that can give some clue.
16Gb is the RAM
i was jst trying to install software and then duplicate database as exist ( was trying 64 bit duplication to 32 bit )