N/APosted on - 12/09/2012
Hi to everyone,
Is there a tools for reading memory dump? I am an IT assistant administrator in a university and our goal is to make sure that the students enrolled in a computer subject will probably get the best computer service during their classes. Can you give me some way to read and analyze dump memory?
Your suggestion is very much welcome.
Is there a tools for reading memory dump?
For dump memory file configure to start-up and recovery options, follow these steps.
1. Go through Start – Settings- Control Panel.
2. Open System.
3. In Advanced tab, go to Settings in Startup and Recovery.
4. In the Write debugging information list, select Small memory dump (64k or 128k) as your required.
You can change the location of folder for dump memory files, select new location for the Dump File depending as your Windows version.
You can use Dump Check Utility (Dumpchk.exe) for small memory dump files. The Dumpchk.exe is come included the Microsoft Windows 2000, Windows XP Support Tools. The Dumpchk.exe does not require access to debugging symbols. You can use this to verify with dump file which has been created correctly or not.