If you know what an "Unhandled Exception
" is, then you should know that NOT every exception will be caught!
And you will not always have a WER error.
Unfortunately, there is nothing here.
So what would I send you?
But if I had a log that I could show you, I can bet one million dollars that you would not see how to fix it.
I am sure that you would propose some standard diagnostic methods, which are not only time-consuming (although possible), and it does not always solve a specific problem.
The large files which you are talking about are dump files which contain whole memory dumps
and are mostly of interest for Kernal crashes.
You may know something there, but I see that you do not have enough knowledge about it. I can handle WinDbg
and I have solved many problems myself without the help of other people, but unfortunately all problems can not be solved easily. In some cases, you need special knowledge on this subject.
I know that memory dumps are DMP.
But in the system there are no corresponding entries in the registry, which you have to add to create LocalDumps in the folder.
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The internet is full of willing help, but is this help really good?
Everyone agrees, uninstall all Visual C++ programs. for WHAT???
Although everyone is wrong, and still the same, still the same mistake.
The error still occurs (WHEN UNNINSTALL ALL PROGRAM + CLEAN), and I had to solve this problem myself, because all the "magic" methods from the Internet were not correct.
It is the same with the current Explorer.exe