Getting dump error on my Windows 7

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Hi Experts,

I have been experiencing and getting dump error on my Windows 7. 

Then, I tried debugging the error.  Fortunately, found a website on how to do so but again I encountered another error, a permission error, see the error message below.

It said about changing the permission however, it didn’t say how to do so. 

I hope experts from this site will tell me, please!  I have been annoyed with this problem much too long.

Thanks in advance.

Open Crash Dump


You don’t have permission to open this file.

Contact the file owner or an administrator to obtain permission.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #93414

Getting dump error on my Windows 7


You might not be the administrator of the computer or a virus is in your computer that denied you access to this file.

Solution 1:

If you are not the computer administrator then just simply ask him to give you the same level access that he has to view all of the files in that system.

Solution 2:

Tell the administrator to give you access to this file by right clicking the file and then choose Properties and then select Security tab to enable you to view this file.

Solution 3:

Search for viruses in your system, it might be causing you this access error if you are the administrator of the computer. 

Answered By 0 points N/A #93415

Getting dump error on my Windows 7


If you have access rights to the files in your computer and you’re still getting this error, you may need to run a System File checker. The file that the computer is trying to access may be corrupted or the file associated with the action you’re trying to take is corrupted. This tool should be able to try and help fix corruptions especially if it’s with the system files.


You need to run it in the Command Prompt as an Administrator.  The command is:


sfc /scannow


This should give you a summary of the process afterwards. If it tells you that it couldn’t fix some files, it will point you to a log file. You can type this command in to have a copy of the scan details sent to your desktop:


findstr /c:"[SR]" %windir%logscbscbs.log >%userprofile%Desktopsfcdetails.txt


Open sfcdetails.txt file which should now be in your desktop and get more information from there on what to possibly do to fix the issues.

Answered By 0 points N/A #93416

Getting dump error on my Windows 7



Just simply try this one click the start menu and then click the All programs and click the Accessories and then after that right-click Command Prompt and then select Run as Administrator and then click the continue or just simply supply Administrator credentials if there an prompted and  in the Command Prompt in windows then just type  the following and press Enter sfc/scannow and you can see the following on-screen message and then once the scan has completed you will receive an on the screen a messages resembling on one of the following below:

found no integrity violations

…found corruption but repaired it

…found corruption that it could not repair

After that just simply reply on that the completion message that you received on the screen just try that one.


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