Thursday, June 3, 2010


Disable The Memory Dump File Creation In Windows

Unless you plan to have continuous Blue-Screens-of-Deaths (BSOD) and unless you have good debugging skills - you don't need the memory dumping feature in case of a system failure.

Follow the next steps:
  1. Right-click My Computer and select Properties (or press the Windows logo key ΓΏ and the Pause/Break key together).
  2. In the Advanced tab, under the Startup and Recovery section, press the Settings button.
  3. In the System Failure section under the Write Debugging Information drop down list select None.
  4. Press Ok all the way out.
  5. You may need to reboot in order to finish the configuration.


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