Reading a memory.dmp or other .dmp file

Posted by: Scott Forsyths WebLog, on 18 Jul 2012 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

While the dreaded Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) occurs less frequently with newer versions of Windows than it did in years past, there are still times when the BSOD reveals itself.  I just ran into four BSODs on two Windows Server 2012 machines and I had the opportunity to analyze a memory.dmp file today, so I thought I would post quick instructions on how to get a handy summary of the memory dump. Ive had this I Found a Fix debugging page bookmarked for years and Ive used it many times, so...

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