The easiest way to configure your system to produce memory dumps in case of blue screens is like this:
- Download this from Microsoft and enable Memory dump settings.
- Reboot the system so your configuration changes become active.
If you encounter a blue screen you can now find the written memory dump either in the Minidump sub-directory of your Windows directory in case you enabled small dumps or in the file “memory.dmp” in your Windows directory for all other dump types.
You can change the dump file path by edit the Dump file field. In other words, you can change the path from %SystemRoot%\Memory.dmp to point to a local drive that has enough disk space, such as E:\Memory.dmp.