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I want to debug a driver, so I decided to use kernel debugging. Both the host and the VM are running windows 10.
I used the following commands on the VM to set things up:
I then launched WinDbg with the following flags: -k com:pipe,port=\.\pipe\kmdpipe,resets=0,reconnect
but it doesn't really connect to the virtual machine,, all I get is the message:
Kernel Debug Target Status: [no_debuggee]; Retries:  times in last  seconds.
Waiting to reconnect...
The funny thing is that I also a windows 7 machine on hyper-v and it works(although I have to restart the VM). What's happening here?
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