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You cannot put a Microsoft Windows Embedded for Point of Service-based computer into hibernation as expected.
Additionally, when a SCSI or SATA storage device is installed, a dump file is not created when you receive a Stop error message or a fatal system error message.
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The Diskdump.sys file is not associated with any hardware or .inf file. The Diskdump.sys file provides kernel-mode disk services. The system uses these services to record the physical memory to a SCSI or SATA storage device when a Stop error or a fatal system error occurs.
The Diskdump.sys file is not installed when Plug and Play devices are enumerated. If the Diskdump.sys file exists on a computer where a SCSI or SATA storage device is installed, the Diskdump.sys file writes the contents of the physical memory to the system storage device when you receive a Stop error message or a fatal system error message.