Windows does not have Core Dump enabled by default. In some special cases, such as blue screen, stuck, hang, black screen, etc., Core Dump needs to be used to locate the root cause of the problem more quickly for targeted processing.
There are 2 ways to configure it, as mentioned in the official Microsoft KB:
How to generate a kernel or full memory dump file in Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2:
Troubleshoot "blue screen" or Stop error problems before you contact：
We recommend that you use the manual configuration tool, and to prevent system startup failure and possible data loss caused by configuration problems, please make sure to create an image of the system disk and make a snapshot and backup of the data disk before performing the configuration.
Manual Configuration (Applicable to All Versions of Windows Machines)
Note: If there is not enough space in disk C, it is recommended to place dump files in the another disk, such as D:\memory.dmp.
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