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The minimum amount of useful information will be dumped. This option (the default setting) requires a paging file of at least 2 MB on the boot volume of your computer. A new dump file will be created every time the system stops unexpectedly. The small dump directory stores a history of these dumps. By default, the small dump directory is %Systemroot%\Minidump. A small memory dump can be useful when troubleshooting stop errors because it allows you to see the actual stop error and often determines the driver causing the error. Only kernel memory is written to the dump file. Depending on the amount of RAM on your computer, you must have from 50 MB to 800 MB available in the paging file on the boot volume. A kernel memory dump can be useful when debugging more complicated system failures. Typically, providing a kernal memory to Microsoft support technicians allows them to determine the cause of most errors. Records the entire contents of system memory when the system stops unexpectedly. You must have a paging file on the boot volume large enough to hold all the RAM on your system plus 1 MB. A complete memory dump is quite large and usually contains more information than you will find useful for simple debugging. You should enable this option only when a Microsoft support technician requests it. Specifies the name and location of the small memory dump file. By default, it is %Systemroot%\ Memory.dmp. By default, if you choose Complete Memory Dump or Kernel Memory Dump, Windows XP Professional always writes to the same dump file: Memory.dmp. Clear this check box to prevent Windows from overwriting Memory.dmp.
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The following requirements must be met for the Write Debugging Information recovery option to work:
A paging file must be on the system partition (the partition that contains the %systemroot% folder). The paging file must be at least 1 MB larger than the amount of physical RAM in your computer if you choose Complete Memory Dump. You must have enough disk space to write the file to the location you specify.
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Configuring Windows XP Professional
How to Configure Environment Variables
Environment variables define the system and user environment information, and they contain information such as a drive, path, or file name. Environment variables provide information that Windows XP Professional uses to control various applications. For example, the TEMP environment variable specifies where some applications place temporary files. In the Advanced tab of the System Properties dialog box, click Environment Variables to display the system and user environment variables that are currently in effect in the Environment Variables dialog box (see Figure 5-13).
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Figure 5-13
Environment variables control the system and user environment.
System Environment Variables
Because system environment variables apply to the entire computer, they also affect all users of the computer. During installation, Setup configures the default system environment variables, including the path to the Windows XP Professional files. Only an administrator can add, modify, or remove a system environment variable.
User Environment Variables
The user environment variables differ for each user of a particular computer. The user environment variables include any user-defined settings (such as a desktop pattern) and any variables defined by applications (such as the path to the location of the application files). Users can add, modify, or remove their user environment variables in the System Properties dialog box.
Lesson 3
Configuring System Settings
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How Windows XP Professional Sets Environment Variables
Windows XP Professional sets environment variables in the following order: 1. By default, Windows XP Professional searches the AUTOEXEC.BAT file, if it exists, and sets any environment variables. 2. Next, the system environment variables are set. If any system environment variables conflict with environment variables set from the search of the AUTOEXEC.BAT file, the system environment variables override them. 3. Finally, the user environment variables are set. If any user environment variables conflict with environment variables set from the search of the AUTOEXEC.BAT file or from the system environment variables, the user environment variables override them. For example, if you add the line SET TMP=C:\ in AUTOEXEC.BAT, and a TMP=X:\TEMP user variable is set, the user environment variable setting (X:\TEMP) overrides the prior setting C:\.
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