Disable Memory Dump Files and Save HDD Space

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If your computer crashes it will create a dump file. From this dump file you can diagnose the source of the problem. It is unlikely you will need this file; if you do, you can always turn the option back on. This guide will show you how to save space by disabling memory dump files in Vista.
1. Press Start and click Control Panel Maintenance & Management
2. Type Advanced in the search box
3. Click on View advanced system settings in the search results
4. Under Startup and Recovery, click Settings
5. In the Write debugging information drop down, click (none) and press OK You will now save space and not store useless information.

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