Dumprep.exe is a process integrated by Microsoft (in-built software) into operating systems Windows (starting with Windows XP). If you encounter serious errors of applications installed on the system (most often caused by corrupt registries or hardware problems), dumprep creates .txt files about the conditions in which they appeared (memory dump reports). After the first report created (first error) you can choose whether it and the following reports (about the various errors you will face at certain times - because you will definitely do it: P) will be sent or not to Microsoft (the famous Sendai error report).
Usually after restartthe rigor that the system steals with each more significant error, dumprep scans the system files to find the cause of that error, then makes a report about it. During the scan and report creation, dumprep.exe can also use 100% of the CPU (which is why most consider it to be a process harmful, Remember, and maintain a system without problems / errors, makes no never dumprep head).
Dumprep.exe is a vital process for the operation of your system, but it is not recommended to turn it off because the reports errors because you can find them and where stitiu because you can stop and repeat those errors. If you still want to disable this process, you can do one of the following methods:
1. open Run (Start Menu) and type msconfig. in the open window select the Startup tab then uncheck dumprep 0 –k and dumprep 0 –u then restartyou have the system.
2. open Registry Editor (Run -> regedit -> Enter) and follow the path HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \Windows\ CurrentVersion \ Run. In the right panel delete the Dumprep entry (REG_SZ) then press restart the PC.
Attention! dumprep.exe is not causing the problem, but it caused the problem. If you notice unusual dumprep.exe often runs in the system and, especially, without valid reasons, you should perform a thorough scan of it to ensure that it is not viruses!