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    This is the same example from Part 1, with a slight deviation of adding a thread that will crash. After executing this code the Dump file will be generated in the %Appdata% folder. Launch Windbg, set the symbols and analyze you should get the following. So here we see some interesting facts:

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    How to read the small memory dump file that is created by Windows if a crash occurs. If your computer crashes, how can you find out what happened, fix the issue and it prevent it from happening again? tool or the Kernel Debugger (KD.exe) tool to read small memory dump files. WinDbg and
    Dump Generation Control Panel System Advanced system settings Startup and Recovery Page file size should be greater than the amount of physical memory by a few MB For small system partitions or virtual disk systems: DedicatedDumpFile (KB969028) To Be Discussed Later Truncated Dump pattern Manual Dump pattern
    Opening the Crash Dump. Start Windbg. Click on File and select Open Crash Dump Navigate to your Crash Dump folder and open the file. In the follwing example, I found out that the ATI driver of the graphic card was causing the blue screen. I wish you all the best finding out the cause of your blue screen.
    Windows developers and IT admins learn valuable skills on debugging the Windows Blue Screen of Death (BSOD). Learn how to use the Windows Debugger (WinDbg), along with knowledge of the internal workings of the Windows operating system as you analyze crashes and hangs.
    Analyzing a Crash Dump with WinDbg. But, that crash dump has a lot more value to it. Enter WinDbg. A lot of .NET developers believe that WinDbg is not for them. But that would be wrong. It is an extremely powerful debugger that I use nearly every day. The Visual Studio debugger is great for
    Blue screen crash dump My computer keeps doing these random Blue screen crash dumps. And its making my computer randomly slow. Close and reopen WinDbg. File menu – Open Crash Dump This will analyse the crash dump. You nee

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