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I have a physical machine that i need to debug before the Inaccessible boot device BSOD happens so i can understand what's going on.
My question is how should i approach this? I never debugged a physical machine before, let alone debugging a Inaccessible boot device BSOD which means that even disk stack is probably not initialized.
So how can i debug this kernel and find out what is causing this BSOD? Should i use KDNet debugging method and connect another machine via Ethernet and then turn on the debug mode of the target machine during boot? Is the network stack even working at that stage? And how can i generate the network key to give to windbg, when the target machine is not booting at all?
I basically just want to know what is causing this and since this is a Inaccessible boot device BSOD, no memory.dmp is generated.
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