After the win10 system blue screen, a DMP blue screen file will be generated to allow users or administrators to view the reasons for the blue screen. However, some users find that the DMP file is not generated at all in the C: \ windows \ minidump folder after the blue screen of their computer. So how to solve it? In fact, through some settings, the blue screen file can be generated during the win10 blue screen. Friends in need come and have a look.
Solution of win10 unable to generate DMP blue screen file
1. Right click “this computer” and select “properties”, as shown in the figure below.
2. Click “advanced system settings”, as shown in the figure below.
3. In the system properties window, in startup and fault recovery in the Advanced tab, click the “Settings” button.
4. In the startup and fault recovery window, we check “write events to system log” and write debugging information as “core memory dump” or “small memory dump (256Kb)”. Personally, I suggest selecting “small memory dump (256Kb)” and click OK.
Finally, when the blue screen appears, we can find the blue screen error DMP file through a path. In win10 system C: \ windows \ minidump, we can find the generated DMP file.