Instead of using my project, maybe try the nuget package import yourself. That might fix it.
|Coffeehouse||anyone saved a copy of 'Defrag Tools: #8 - Mark Russinovich' ?||4||Oct 15, 2012 at 1:58 PM|
@gt65345: It's a Nokia 521 (running WP 8.1).
(I was texting that I was running late 'cos the 1hr shoot ran 2.5hrs - due to us geeking out all the time, instead of filming)
@Ben: Stay tuned -- I'm prepping a new mini-series on managed debugging at the moment. Instead of coding the logic in C++, you interop in to C# and do the logic over there with help from CLRMD. Hopefully will get Lee Culver on to co-host (the developer of CLRMD and SOS).
(If you can't wait, email me and I can get you started with what I have so far)
May 28, 2014 at 12:38 PM
Crash on Ctrl-Home-Home
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
@aallidina: Rename them and then put the symsrv.dll from the debugger folder there. That might make it work. If it doesn't, get a DBGHELP trace and email it to me (defragtools@microsoft,com)
setx DBGHELP_DBGOUT 1
setx DBGHELP_LOG C:\My\DbgHelp\DbgHelpLog.txt
@aallidina: Well that's annoying. What location is symsrv.dll being loaded from (looking in the Process Monitor log).
The versions in system32 isn't the full version. You need to use the version that comes with the debugger (same story goes for dbghelp.dll).