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How to compress and upload Minidump files

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A How to compresss Minidump files using 7-Zip

 

B How to compresss Minidump files using WinRar

 

C How to upload Minidump files using MediaFire - free cloud storage service

 

 

 

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A How to compresss Minidump files using 7-Zip

 

 

Download and install 7-Zip.

 

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Browse to the path C:\WINDOWS\Minidump

 

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Use the key combination CTRL + A to select all files in this folder.

 

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Right-click any file from these highlighted files and choose from the context menu: 

7-Zip -> Add to "Minidump.zip".

 

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In this way all selected files has been compressed into one file named Minidump.

 

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B How to compresss Minidump files using WinRar

 

 

Download and install WinRar.

 

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Browse to the path C:\WINDOWS\Minidump

 

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Use the key combination CTRL + A to select all files in this folder.

 

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Right-click any file from these highlighted files and choose from the context menu:

Add to "Minidump.rar".

 

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In this way all selected files has been compressed into one file named Minidump.

 

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C How to upload Minidump files using MediaFire - free cloud storage service

 

 

Go to Mediafire page and click ' Drag and drop files here to upload ' banner.

 

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Drag and drop files into colored area.

 

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Below you will find the YouTube video with intructions how to drag and drop files:

 

       

      

 

Choose ' Begin Uploading Files '.

 

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Select ' Go to My Files '.

 

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Click the file which was uploaded.

 

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Click ' Copy Link ' and paste it into your reply.

 

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