Inspect a 32 bit Process Dump Generated by a 64 bit Debugger

64 bit Windows can run both 32 bit process and 64 bit process. For debugging though, you want to use 32 bit debugger to debug 32 bit process, and 64 bit debugger for 64 bit process. Otherwise it won’t be pretty. Occasionally, I receive a 32 bit process dump generated by a 64 bit debugger….

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Getting a Full Memory Dump for a Process

To diagnose a problem for a remote customer, sometimes the easiest way is to have the customer generate a full memory dump for the process, and share the memory dump. In Vista, task manager can generate a full memory dump from the Processes tab. In Windows XP , this functionality does not exist. However, Windows…

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