Dumpflop will not let you view anything. Dumpexam will create a file which you can view but whether the info is of any use is questionable.
Interpreting dump files
Three files located on the Windows NT Server 4.0 CD-ROM in the \SUPPORT\DEBUG\I386 or \SUPPORT\DEBUG\ALPHA subdirectories (depending on your platform) assist you in your efforts to groom and analyze your dump data. The three files are: DUMPCHK.EXE, DUMPEXAM.EXE, and DUMPFLOP.EXE.
DUMPCHK.EXE ensures that your files may be read by a debugger.
DUMPEXAM.EXE basically creates a text file that contains pertinent information from the Memory.dmp (crash dump) file.
DUMPFLOP.EXE is, as the name implies, a utility that you can use to write a dump file in segments to the floppy disk. This utility compresses the information so that it may be placed on as few floppy disks as possible. Access to symbols is not required.