Analyze BSOD with windbg

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Blue Screen of Death (BSOD)' started by mramirm, Dec 18, 2010.

  1. mramirm

    mramirm New Member

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    TorrentG Banned

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    Hey, welcome.

    In 95% of cases, it doesn't clearly show what the issue is. You have to know what's what from lots of experience and previous knowledge, or why certain software does certain things.

    You were lucky that yours didn't fall into that category. Enjoy, and good job.

    (That page was only created today....are you sure you aren't making up any stories here? Hrrrrrmmm)
     
  3. mramirm

    mramirm New Member

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    no i'm not, i played along with the windbg but didn't understand how to deal with it, until i found that guide.
     
    #3 mramirm, Dec 18, 2010
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  4. TorrentG

    TorrentG Banned

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    Cool, cool...

    I just find it slightly unusual that the page was created AND updated today, the subject of the page is XP SP2 at that, and out of nowhere you show up linking to it...

    Just seems like all too much coincidence to me that you found a page that was created/edited today with old subject matter and then link to it here within the same very day....
     
  5. mramirm

    mramirm New Member

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    i'm just sharing man, thats it
     
  6. Captain Jack

    Captain Jack Extraordinary Member

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    Is that your site ?
     
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  8. mramirm

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    nope it's not
     
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    analyze v isnt offering much info theres a lot more commands to use for debugging ......

    I tend to use !analyze -v; kv; r; k; lmnt; lmntsm; .bugcheck mostly :razz:

    try kd> .hh for help :-bd
     
  10. jcgriff2

    jcgriff2 Honorable Member
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    When debugging your own system, use the full kernel memory dump v. the mini kernel dump.

    c:\windows\memory.dmp

    It is overwritten each BSOD, so be sure to copy it out.

    If Microsoft Windows OS driver or NT listed as the probable cause, run the Driver Verifier -


    Driver Verifier - sysnative.com

    Regards. . .

    jcgriff2


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    #10 jcgriff2, Dec 18, 2010
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  11. mramirm

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    thanks for the info i'll give it a try
     

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