Prior reading materials for Windows Crash dump training

Is there any links that I can read up for Windows BSoD/Crash dump analysis workshop?
Some basic/introductory material as I'm newbie to it.

I'm looking at :
1.      What Happens at the Crash
2.      Bugcheck Codes
3.      Types of Crashes
4.      Typical cause of Server Unexpected Reboot
5.      Memory Dump
6.      No Dump Situation for Crash
7.      Logs to Troubleshoot Crash Issue
8.      Debugger Tool and Symbol files
9.      Commands to Analyze Bugcheck Issue
10.      Troubleshoot Hung System
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nobusCommented:
i learned everything from the net - as the problems arose
a good starting tutorial here :  http://www.techworld.com/operating-systems/solving-windows-7-crashes-with-debugging-tools-3275067/

you find many very useful links in the section external links https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WinDbg
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