Whenever there is a problem with the system, operators like Windows NT, 2000 and XP begin to dump the contents, files and copied elements of the RAM. Firstly a file is created, which is known as Memory.dmp. It is generally of a very big size as it contains the dumped items before the crash of hardware. Once the system is opened, the reboot takes place. If the reboot occurs in a correct way then it is very easy to delete all the files securely and safely. Now it is ready to display as the default window under the <a href='/s/Memory.dmp'>commands of the c\ windows\memory.dmp.
Under the following operating systems (Windows NT / Windows 2000 / Windows XP), during a big crash of the system, the system proceeds to a dump which consists of copying the contents of memory (RAM) in a file on the hard disk.
The file created, named Memory.dmp is usually of big size because it contains all the data in memory before the crash.
You can securely delete this file if the system works correctly after reboot.