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Automate the memory dump taking of a particular process

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I've an application which is running as windows service. It stops automatically due to some unknown reason. I would like to automate the taking memory dump of the application before it shuts down. Is any free tool available to achieve that? If so, please share the details and how to use that. Thanks in advance!
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procdump, created by sysinternals does this fairly well. there are instructions on how to use all over the internet.
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