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WHAT IS "dumprep 0 -u"?


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"dumprep 0 -u" is on my startup list in msconfig. The "Command" column says "%systemroot%\system32\dumprep 0 -u". I wanna know what it is, does & if i should/can disable it? Any & all help is appreciated.

Thx in advance........ :tazz:

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that is the process that pops up the box saying "Your system has recoverd from a serious error...would you like to send a report to Microsoft?"
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Thx & does it take up much processor?
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you can tell how much "processing power" it takes up by looking at the details under it's image name. Hit Ctrl+Shift+Esc this brings up task manager, click on the processes tab. Find your process and then one of the right-most columns it should tell you. I might have misunderstood if this process is not running desregard all these instructions.
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Actually its in the System Configuration Utility thats brought up by the run/msconfig tab. Heres a screensgot of it in case your not sure what im referring to - http://img32.echo.cx...435/ss106dr.jpg. Its the one highlighted in dark blue.
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