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Minecraft keeps crashing, error: minidumps are not enabled by the default client of windows?

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Well, first redownload Minecraft, then check your drivers...and see if you have the newest java version...the old versions dont support dump files. Otherwise check in the .minecraft folder and delete all dump files.
Its probably becouse of your drivers, its trying to dump the error file.

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i did all that, all my drivers are updated, and i even did a disk-check. i dont know what it is, i even enabled minidumps in the startup
strange, now i dont have that issue, now its a memory issue? i dont get it!!!
i allow it 1 gb of memory, my computer has 2 gbs ughhhh
What is your system spec? Window XP or 7? 64 bit or 32 bit? Try Custom Craft. Choose the debug settings.
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windows xp, 2 gbs of mem, a 128 mb graphics card [ati x600] and a 2.1 intel pentium m processor, hope this helps
This is for comp sci, not tech support. @asnaseer

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