Minidump files

I keep gettiing BSOD's, and always for different reasons, on the BSOD page some time says W32K, other times nvldk, but what I am wanting to know is how do you read the minidump files
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  2. so what they did was to make it impossible to understand what happened, what else would I expect from them
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  4. I tried to figure it out several years ago, but its code that didn't make sense to me. I figure MS has a piece of software that decodes the dumps and mini-dumps people sent through "Send error report to MS?" I think the laundered results get routed within MS to people w/specialties, like security, office, device manager, etc. But, what do I know?
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