Windows 10: How to configure the dump memory exchange file
How to configure the dump memory exchange file
I'm trying to configure my PC to dump memory after a PC crash.
I'm receiving an error telling the the exchange file is not set or the allocated size is lower than 800 GB.
How do I do that?
If this post doesn't help, maybe this will, BSOD Minidump - Configure to Create in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums
Maybe this will help. Right click the start flag in the bottom left and select System.
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