There is one catch here. I am a fan of the CCleaner tool. By default, CCleaner is set up to remove all those memory dump files. So if you use CCleaner, be sure you uncheck the option to delete those files. Otherwise, a tool like BlueScreenView will be of no use.
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People, we don't have time for silly arguments. Let's not be drawn into time-sucking com box feuds; It wastes your time and annoys other readers (unless they feel like wading into the battle, thereby killing more time and... (Endless loop begins here)
Thanks for the article, by the way. I picked up one tool from the content that I was not aware of that will help me greatly, and two more from the other serious commenters.
Part of that sentence links to this:
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You are asking about the Beep Codes
You can get the Basic Makers POST Beep Codes here though there may be some slight differences depending on the Version Number of the BIOS in use.
the site you link to for the download of BlueScreenView is a known spyware distributer www.nirsoft.net
According to Zonealarm extreme security
I've checked this one out fully, and it seems complete. I'm waiting for a load of bad memory so I can get used to the process of memory testing.
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