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Hi, I opened up my CCleaner today and I saw an entry titled "KernelFaultCheck" "%systemroot%\system32\dumprep 0 -k"

Earlier I got a blue screen, obviously that's what made this entry, but other then that, I have no idea what this means.

I haven't seen the blue screen since, been a few hours. Anyone care to help me out here, I'm clueless, never had one before.

Thank you so much in advanced.

I apologize if I made this post in the wrong section.
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Basically what it means is that dumprep.exe (the Error Reporting thing) checked the system for errors either before or after the BSoD.
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