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Re: touch caused BSOD!
- From: "Philip Aston" <paston at bea dot com>
- To: Charles Wilson <cwilson at ece dot gatech dot edu>
- Cc: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Sun, 20 Jan 2002 18:29:00 GMT
- Subject: Re: touch caused BSOD!
- References: <200201201652.QAA28969@london.beasys.com><3C4B0704.firstname.lastname@example.org>
Charles Wilson writes:
> Go to "My Computer"->Properties->"Advanced Tab"->"Startup and Recovery"
> Then, in the "Write debugging information" chooser, pick "Small Memory
> Dump (64k)". Make a note of the filenmae to which the memory dump will
> be saved. Then Exit.
> Now, make your system BSOD again. Then, you'll have a debuggable dump
> of kernel memory. At that point, somebody on this list should be able
> to identify what module in memory caused the BSOD -- but you probably
> don't want to post the dump to the list for size & privacy reasons. So,
> once you have the dump, ask again for help in unraveling it. (You need
> MSVC with kernel symbols installed; I don't have that so I can't help
> you-- but hopefully someone can).
I have several of these dumps - anyone care to volunteer to analyze
one or two?
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