(Vista 64-bit) Can one somehow "dump" a program's memory (e.g., firefox or chrome) to a file and load after closing a program?

Posted: 11-07-2008, 04:06 PM

The real problem stems from my headphone jack intermittently not
responding (hardware-related, yes). And thus this relates to buffering
videos and me being too lazy to reload them wasting additional time.


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(Vista 64-bit) Can one somehow "dump" a program's memory (e.g., firefox or chrome) to a file and load after closing a program?


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