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Reporting Service In Windows 8 RECOMMENDED: Click here to fix Windows errors and improve system performance Whenever a system crashes, using dump files (.dmp), we can easily analyze what has caused the issue. This is most regedit disable firewall useful to find is the third-party module is causing the issue or not. Thus using

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dump analysis, errors and crashes can be resolved out. Windows Error Reporting (WER), introduced since Windows Vista, works in the way disable regedit xp to collect user-mode dumps. But this service is not enabled by default in Windows 8, and a registry trick can be operated to bring it into action. Enable Windows Error Reporting Service In this article, I'll show you disable uac regedit how to enable this Windows Error Reporting service so that you can easily collect dump files in a folder inside Explorer. Please note that applications that do their own custom crash reporting, including .NET applications, are not supported by this feature. Collecting User Mode Dumps Using Registry Editor As the Windows Error Reporting feature is not enabled by default, you can employ following registry trick to make it live: 1. Press

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Windows Key + R combination, type put Regedt32.exe in Run dialog box and hit Enter to open the Registry Editor. 2. Navigate here: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Windows Error Reporting\LocalDumps 3. In the right pane of this location, you can create different value data to configure WER. Here are the various data you can create here: a. DumpFolder - (Creation : using Right click -> New -> Expandable String Value) This string value handles the location to collect crash data in a folder. You can double click the above created string to modify its Value data. The default Value data should be %LOCALAPPDATA%\CrashDumps. To find dump files stored after a crash, press Windows Key + R, type %LOCALAPPDATA%\CrashDumps and get the dump files. Advertisement ^ b.  DumpCount - {Creation : using Right click -> New -> DWORD (32-bit) Value} Above created DWORD takes care of how many dump files should be stored at the location created previously in step a. By default, this number is 10. As the number of files exceeds 10, the oldest files will be erased and new files will receive their place. c. DumpType - {Creation : using Right click -> New -> DWORD (32-bit) Value} This DWORD can be configured to get the dump file as Custom dump; Mini dump; Full dump acco

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WerSvc Display name: Windows Error Reporting Service Description: Allows errors to be reported when programs stop working or responding and allows existing solutions to be delivered. Also allows logs to be generated for diagnostic and repair services. http://computerstepbystep.com/windows_error_reporting_service.html If this service is stopped, error reporting might not work correctly and results of http://www.theeldergeek.com/windows_xp_error_reporting.htm diagnostic services and repairs might not be displayed.Path to executable: C:\Windows\System32\svchost.exe -k WerSvcGroup Type services.msc and press Enter Services.msc: This method shows you how to Start/Stop Windows Error Reporting Service from Services.msc. Please perform the following steps: Please go to Pearl button (Start) and click on the Search programs and files For more information about disable regedit the change from Start to Pearl button click here Locate Windows Error Reporting Service observe his current status and open to make changes. From General tab you can Start/Stop and change the Windows Error Reporting Service .To finish press ok button and close Services window Type regedit and press Enter Please confirm User Account Control pop-up Microsoft official disclaimer Warning Serious problems might occur if you modify the disable error reporting registry incorrectly by using Registry Editor or by using another method. These problems might require that you reinstall the operating system. Microsoft cannot guarantee that these problems can be solved. Modify the registry at your own risk. Please navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\WerSvc and locate Start registry key Regedit: This method shows you how to change Startup type of Windows Error Reporting Service from Registry Editor. Please perform the following steps: Please go to Pearl button (Start) and click on the Search programs and files For more information about the change from Start to Pearl button click here Type cmd, right click on cmd icon under the Programs and click on Run as administrator Please confirm User Account Control pop-up Please select, right and copy a registry key from below, then right click on command prompt window , select Paste and press Enter To Start Windows Error Reporting Service: net start WerSvc Note: You can’t start a service if Startup type is on Disabled. To Stop Windows Error Reporting Service: net stop WerSvc To change Startup Type: Automatic: REG add "HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\WerSvc" /v Start /t REG_DWORD /d 2 /f Manual: REG add "HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\WerSvc" /v Start /t REG_DWORD /d 3 /f Disabled: REG add "

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