I used 64-bit Windows 7's normal task manager (taskmgr) to dump the memory of chrome processes, which are 32-bit, but then I read an article that says it will mess up the dump. If 64-bit taskmgr does mess up the memory dump of 32-bit processes, is there a way to convert the already-done memory dump so that it will be properly analyzed?
Also, if you have full memory dump available, can a person re-create processes and programs running before crash occurred?
Edit: OK it seems that many people are confused of my intention:
so I already created memory dumps of 32-bit chrome processes using 64-bit Windows task manager. And the processes were shut down. But then I came to read articles that say this will create a corrupted version of memory dump.
So what I am wondering is, can the dump ever be read properly with these dumps?
And comes the second question.