Debugging a Windows 8.1 Store App Crash Dump (Part 2)

In Part 1, we covered the debugging of a Windows Store Application crash dump that contains a Stowed Exceptions Version 1 (SE01) structure.   This post continues on from Part 1, covering the changes introduced in March 2014. These Windows Updates changed the way language exceptions (RoOriginateLanguageException) are recorded in Windows Store Application crash dump…

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Debugging a Windows 8.1 Store App Crash Dump

Quality reports on the App Summary page Microsoft provides triage dumps of your Windows Store application’s crashes and hangs through the Quality section of the App Summary page on the Dev Center – Windows Store apps portal.   Back in June 2012, the Windows Store team posted an article on this feature and the basics…


Fixing an ICorDebugUnmanagedCallback induced hang

Hi debuggers, Andrew Richards here with a NTDebugging post that is a little different to what is usually posted.  Instead of talking about debugging, I’m going to talk about an issue I just faced while writing a debugger.   This debugger work is an extension of an upcoming article that I’ve written for MSDN Magazine…


Debugging a CLOCK_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT Bugcheck

Hi debuggers, Andrew Richards here for my first NT Debugging post. I thought I’d share a recent case that used a lot of discovery techniques to uncover the details of what was going on. Most bugchecks give you the information you need as arguments, but in the case of bugcheck 0x101, I had to go…