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Debugging 2

ArsenArsen Member Posts: 91

Hi all. Help me please. What is the best way to figure out the problem in the NDIS driver I developed. It works for a while, and after some non-fixed time a blue screen appears with different messages. I know that I have several problems. Since it works fine for a while, it means that something is happening all of a sudden. With Windbg, I can't resolve this issue due to the blue screen. I can periodically write some debugging information to the file and watch after reboot. I don't know. Is this method enough to get approximate problem locations. If so, how to create a debug file. Is NdisOpenFile suitable for this purpose. Thank you.


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