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Hi dear all,
according to the windbg document , a virtual address is interpreted in a process context (use the process's paging table) , so , if there is not a process context (for example , in debugging winload , which has no concept of process) , s command will not work ,
kd> db 00000000
00844000 l2 0000000000844000 4d 5a MZ
kd> s 00000000`00844000 l2 4d 5a
s command return nothing
so , is there any alternative for s command in this situation ?
and why db command works ? it seems interpreting of virtual address in a db command do not use process context.
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