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Is there a way to disable memory dumping during a BSOD?

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Every time I BSOD, Windows writes a huge 0.5GB system error memory dump file onto my SSD.

Is there a way to prevent that? I'm killing my SSD every time I get a BSOD.
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Right click 'My Computer' > Properties > Advanced System Settings > Under 'Start up and Recovery' click 'Settings' > select 'none' for the debugging option.
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Originally Posted by fazio93 View Post
Right click 'My Computer' > Properties > Advanced System Settings > Under 'Start up and Recovery' click 'Settings' > select 'none' for the debugging option.

Thank you.
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