Windows crashes, reading .dmp

By NZvista
Oct 5, 2008
  1. kimsland

    kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 18,352

    I may be offline for awhile (actually just was, but thought I'd better check!)

    What I do is either download them all (except bios this one can be critical, but you should at least check versions... oh yeah, from system boot up)

    I then check to see if any update (usually just double clicking on any setup)
    Or by going to Device Manager (start->run-> Devmgmt.msc ), and then right click on the expanded (hit the + sign) device, and then check for updates, by browsing (manually) to the extracted downloaded driver

    I have tried to be comprehensive above, to avoid questions :)
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