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First published on TECHNET on Jan 27, 2015
Hello AskPerf!  Today’s post is a quick one that points to one of Bob' Golding's Windows Troubleshooting videos.  He talks about how to download/run Dumpchk.exe on your dump files to check for corruption.  Check it out below:

DumpCheck – youtube video

DumpChk – MSDN Link to more info



-Blake