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[WinDbg] Current beta of WinDbg does not like build 2469

OSR_Community_UserOSR_Community_User Member Posts: 110,217
Today I found the new support files for Windows XP, build 2469 and
I re-iterate what I have said before, this version of WinDbg, in combination
with the only available symbols set DOES NOT WORK!!! The retail symbol set
did at least load this time, to completion. However, I then entered a debug
session and did the following:
dt _KINTERRUPT 80e93458
This worked in the prior version of WinDbg with the Beta 2 symbols, but it
does NOT now. The following commands are equally useless:
So far the only success I have had in using this version has been with the
non-banged commands like dt and the dot commands such as .reboot.
One a scale of one to ten ... sorry but this combination is a very very weak

Gary G. Little
Staff Engineer
Broadband Storage, Inc.
[email protected]
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