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  • Blog Post: Bugchecking a Computer on A Usermode Application Crash

    Hello my name is Gurpreet Singh Jutla and I would like to share information on how we can bugcheck a box on any usermode application crash. Set the application as a critical process when the application crash is reproducible. We may sometimes need a complete memory dump to investigate the information...
  • Blog Post: Configuring a Hyper-V VM For Kernel Debugging

    Yesterday's blog prompted some questions about how to set up a debugger for a Windows OS running in a Hyper-V VM.   I was surprised that I wasn't able to find good, publicly available, Microsoft issued documentation for this configuration.   The first step is to configure the Windows OS in...
  • Blog Post: My Kernel Debugger Won't Connect

    Hello ntdebugging readers, the Debug Ninja is back again with a quick blog this holiday season.   I recently encountered a situation where the kernel debugger could not connect to a Windows Server 2008 R2 system running in a Hyper-V virtual machine.   The configuration appeared correct; however...
  • Blog Post: Bcdedit Tips and Tricks For Debugging Part 1

    Hello everyone, my name is Sean Walker, and I am on the Platforms OEM team in Washington.   This article is for those people who have had a hard time switching from the old boot.ini configuration to the new BCD store (myself included). Doing the simple tasks such as enabling kernel debugging over...
  • Blog Post: For testing purposes only, and other desktop watermarks

    Hi all, Matt here again.   One of our team’s main functions is to work with our development teams to create hotfixes when customers run into issues that can only be resolved through a code change.   The developers will often prepare a private test fix that either tests the proposed change,...
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