|Posted by iNetInfra Solution on July 9, 2013 at 11:35 PM|
Here we learn how do we can solve Blue Dumps.
1. How do I enable the 'Complete memory dump' option?
If the 'Complete memory dump' option is missing from the drop down menu follow the steps below to enable it.
Warning: The steps below involve editing the Windows registry. Read the registry warning in article 10388 if you are unfamiliar with the registry editor and/or do not have a recent backup.
Open the registry editor (Start | Run | Type: regedit.exe | Press return).
Expand the left-hand tree and select the following key:
In the right-hand panel double-click the data value CrashDumpEnabled to edit it
Change the value to '1'.
For more information on the CrashDumpEnabled data value see Microsoft TechNet: CrashDumpEnabled.
Restart the computer.
1A. Configuring a computer for a 'Complete memory dump'
Open the computer's System Properties dialog (Start | Run | Type: sysdm.cpl | Press return).
Select the 'Advanced' tab.
Under the section 'Startup and Recovery' select the 'Settings...' button.
Under the section 'System failure' | 'Write debugging information' from the drop down menu select 'Complete memory dump' (if the option is missing see the section How do I enable the 'Complete memory dump' option? below).
Click 'OK' to confirm the change.
You must restart the computer for the change to take effect.
The computer will now write the entire contents of the computer's RAM to a dump file if a system crash occurs.
2. How to Find the Crash Dump reason.
Install small size tool "WhoCrashed"
Press Analyze button, it will show all crashed happened and reason of crash.