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Windows 7: windbg

25 Apr 2011   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit SP1

Hello I have installed the framework net on my system and also with the help of Jonthan_King installed the windbg, can someone tell me how to use and get into the analyze -V or any of the other tools, also he installed on my desktop a BSOD file that appears to be from my own system. When I click on a BSOD from a file from the forum and try to open it what I get it the file that was placed on my desktop not the one I am trying to look at from the forum. Please anyone...

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25 Apr 2011   #2

Windows 10 Pro x64

Reading BSOD Dumps is not easy work. You need knowlege with hardware(motherboards,cpu,psu,ram)
For that how to use WinDbg I think will be good to PM JK.
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