Windows 10: How do I read or understand dump file? Solved

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       11 Sep 2015 #11

    axe0 said: View Post
    It only means he/she has had no progam crashes, or has deleted the files. Removing the files is usually done via a program like Ccleaner
    Ok I guess....lol in my case I actually moved the dump file to another drive just to save it, incase someone needed to see it. Because, CCleaner would have deleted it quickly, just like you said. I will end up deleting it soon thou. Thanks axe0
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       11 Sep 2015 #12

    You're welcome
    You can usually delete those files immediately, pretty much nobody will ever ask you for one of those files.
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