Memory dump files contain information about your system state prior to crashes where the entire contents of the memory have to be dumped back to the hard drive, typically preceding a blue screen error. Clean these unnecessary troubleshooting files to free space on your computer's hard drive with the disk utilities in Vista.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Click "Start," type "Disk Cleanup" in the "Search" box, and press "Enter."
Click the "C" partition and press "OK."
Check the box next to the "Memory Dump Files."
Press "OK" and click "Delete Files."
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