Actually there is a bit of redundancy built into this approach, since I think if we can Just get everyone to run the SF Diagnostic Tool, I believe it goes out and gets the contents of the C:\Windows\MiniDump folder as part of its' process. So maybe we could concentrate on an emphasis on that and the Memory (CPU-z / RAMMon) stickys and that might be sufficient. Although it's probably still a good idea for the OP to know where and how to get his latest (most recent) dumps so he's not re-running the tool everytime just to add his latest file(s).
Thanks Shyam, nice job, much easier to reference now.
If only we can get folks to follow it and quit attaching their dump files individually and maybe even get them to fill out their system specs in their profile.
What? I can dream can't I? My glass is alway half something.