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    Default Windows Crash Detective

    Hi all, I came across this and thought it looked useful :

    "When your PC crashes, freezes or displays one of its dreaded blue-screen messages, finding out what caused the problem is hardly ever easy. The most likely culprit is something recently installed - hardware or software that your machine can't handle properly or just doesn't like very much. But it can also be old components easing out of their sockets and losing connectivity or parts of usually reliable software being corrupted.

    When unexpected things do go wrong, it helps to have an investigative tool on hand that can find out exactly what the problem is so that you can fix it. WhoCrashed is just such a helpmate, specialising in identifying the bad drivers responsible for most crashes. You can install WhoCrashed for most systems including Windows XP and Vista as well as Windows 7 to 10. Click "Analyse" and the latest version will search your crash dumps, tell you the cause of your woes and offer ways to fix the problem. In most cases it can pinpoint the offending drivers that have been causing glitches in the past. It does post-mortem crashdump analysis and presents all gathered information in a comprehensible way. In case your system has been crashing because of a hardware failure, WhoCrashed will provide you with guidance to trace the root cause of the problem. The home user edition of WhoCrashed is completely free".

    Detailed info :
    Resplendence Software - WhoCrashed, automatic crash dump analyzer
    Today is the dawn of another error ...



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    Yes it maybe very helpful at times.