This project/document has been created to give more exposure of the advanced debugging and dump file analysis/concepts using WinDbg. The document contains the real world scenario of programming bugs/problems with the authors explanation.
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Today My "WinDdg Uncovered" download count has reached to 1000.......Thanks to all reader from all over the world due to them this has become possible........I hope reader must have enjoyed and learned a bit while reading this document.... But i personally wanted to know the feedback from the reader and its sad that very few reader have actually given any review comment...This is very important for me as in future i would like to take this comment/feedback to some other open source project....... My sincere request to all readers are please spend some time on writing the feedback on this(good or bad).... Mantosh Kumar Author of "WinDbg Uncovered" India
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Very nice document ever seen and has very very useful data wont get anywhere.Thanks a lot for the efforts nice explanation with practical examples in simple language.
The document is absolutely fantastic. But since I am quite particular about grammer and other stuff, below are my suggestions/recommendations for this document: 1. DLL is actually (Dynamic Link Library and not Dynamic Link Layer) 2. Do not assume people will know that they have the PDBs. So make sure before start of debugging using WinDbg the person should have corresponding PDB files as well along with Executable/DLL. 3. 0:000> .logopen BasicDebugging.txt command opened log file 'BasicDebugging.txt' in the current working directory. 4. Use convenience wherever convenient has been used. 5. Chapter 2 - in the below command why "w4" and "r4", 'w' and 'r' I can consider for read/write, but what '4' signifies 0:000> ba w4 0x00035c18 0:000> ba r4 0x00035c08 6. On Page 21 'dielama' should be corrected as 'dilemma', former is wrong spelling. 7 .Page No. 32 and 33 have some repeated information. Page 33 information itself seems to be complete.