`\n\n\n\nNo Kernel Memory Dump files being produced upon BSOD? \n\nFor dumps to be produced. . .▪ Page file must be on OS drive\n▪ Page file base allocation size must be > than installed physical RAM\n▪ Windows Error Reporting (WER) system service should be set to MANUAL\n▪ Set page file to system managed, OS drive\n\nSet System Crash\/ Recovery Settings to "Kernel Memory Dump" - this will produce. . .\n--> a Full Kernel Memory Dump - c:\\windows\\memory.dmp\n--> a Mini Kernel dump c:\\windows\\minidump\n\nThe Full Kernel is overwritten each BSOD; a new mini kernel dump is created w\/ different name for each BSOD\n\nTo check your system's "Recoveros" (Recovery) and Page File settings via Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI), run the following -\n\nHTML output - WMI - "Recoveros" and Page File Settings (HTML)\nText file output - WMI - "Recoveros" and Page File Settings (TEXT)\n\nJuly 2012\nA hotfix is available that enables a Windows 7-based or Windows Server 2008 R2-based computer to create a memory dump file without a page file\n\nkb2716542 - A hotfix is available that enables a Windows 7-based or Windows Server 2008 R2-based computer to create a memory dump file without a page file\nAdditional Information - \nFor additional information, please see Microsoft kb307973, "How to configure system failure and recovery options in Windows".\n\nThe NT Insider:Getting Crash Dumps to Appear in Windows 7\n\nConfigure memory dump files for Server Core installation options of Windows Server 2008\n\nMonitor CPU & Ram over time\n\n\nTo view page file settings, bring up an Admin cmd\/DOS screen & paste this applet - \n\nOr, click on START; paste the applet into the StartSearch box -\nSystemPropertiesPerformance.exe \/pagefile\n\n\n\nRegards. . . \n\njcgriff2\n\n.