Multiple Admin Pgms BSOD Windows 7

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Intuit

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Use NirSoft's BlueScreenView program to open the DMP files in your MiniDump folder.
There's also a "C:\Windows\LiveKernelReports" folder but that may be for later revisions of Windows.
The program can let you view content in either of those folders.
Program related crash dumps are stored under one of the %LocalAppData% or %AppData% sub-folders.
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rfrazier

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@Intuit Thanks for that info. I'm sure people will find that useful. I'm going to have to defer further troubleshooting on my system until / unless it crashes again. It's just been taking too much time. But, if that does occur, I'll be heading back here to look up these tips.

May your bits be stable and your interfaces be fast. :cool: Ron