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Does anyone know how to make a server blue screen, Dell wants a memory dump and they told me to push the little "i" on the front panel/besel of the server.
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didn't specify what model server this button is supposed to be on or what version of windows

here is an article for 2008
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Thank you Seth and you were correct in your assumption as I needed Windows 2008. I am working with a Dell R610 and I was told you could use the little "i" button on the server panel display.
Thank you again.
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Dell reported the button will not force a blue screen, after a week.
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