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Code, command-line activity, and syntax descriptions appear in the book in a monospaced font Many of the examples and walk-throughs in this book show a great deal of what is known as debug spew Debug spew simply refers to the output that the
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Preface
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debugger displays as a result of some action that the user takes Typically, this debug spew consists of information shown in a very compact and concise form In order to effectively reference bits and pieces of this data and make it easy for you to follow, the boldface and italic types are used Additionally, anything with the boldface type in the debug spew indicates commands that you will be entering The following example illustrates the mechanism
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0:000> ~*kb 0 Id: 924a18 Suspend: 1 Teb: 7ffdf000 Unfrozen ChildEBP RetAddr Args to Child 0007fb1c 7c93edc0 7ffdf000 7ffd4000 00000000 ntdll!DbgBreakPoint 0007fc94 7c921639 0007fd30 7c900000 0007fce0 ntdll!LdrpInitializeProcess+0xffa 0007fd1c 7c90eac7 0007fd30 7c900000 00000000 ntdll!_LdrpInitialize+0x183 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 ntdll!KiUserApcDispatcher+0x7 0:000> dd 0007fd30 0007fd30 00010017 00000000 00000000 00000000 0007fd40 00000000 00000000 00000000 ffffffff 0007fd50 ffffffff f735533e f7368528 ffffffff 0007fd60 f73754c8 804eddf9 8674f020 85252550 0007fd70 86770f38 f73f4459 b2f3fad0 804eddf9 0007fd80 b30dccd1 852526bc b30e81c1 855be944 0007fd90 85252560 85668400 85116538 852526bc 0007fda0 852526bc 00000000 00000000 00000000
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In this example, you are expected to type ~*kb in the debug session The result of entering that command shows several lines, with the most critical piece of information being 0007fd30 Next, you should enter the dd 0007fd30 command illustrated to glean more information about the previously highlighted number 0007fd30 All tools used in this book are assumed to be launched from their installation folder For example, if the Windows debuggers are installed in the C:\Program Files\ Debugging Tools for Windows folder, the command line for launching windbgexe will be shown as
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Windows XP or higher is required to fully make use of this book All sample code and debugging scenarios have been run on Windows XP SP2 or Windows Server 2003 SP1, depending on the requirements of the speci c scenario Please note that service packs or even speci c patches can change the result of various commands, although these changes will not affect the overall outcome of what is being illustrated with the debug session 15, Windows Vista Fundamentals, covers the most important changes made in Windows Vista and includes debug sessions that must be run on a machine running Windows Vista Furthermore, all samples and debug sessions were run using the 32-bit version of Windows Samples used in 12, 64-Bit Debugging, were run using the 64bit version of Windows XP
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While every attempt has been made to make this book 100% accurate, without a doubt errors will be found If you encounter an error in this book, feel free to contact us using any of the following resources: Email: marioh@advancedwindowsdebuggingcom or daniel@advancedwindowsdebuggingcom Alternatively, the book discussion forum at http://wwwadvancedwindowsdebuggingcom is monitored and can be used to report erroneous information As corrections are made, they will be posted to the errata section of the Web site
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Writing a technical book is a large-scale effort, far more substantial than we had originally anticipated As authors, we provided the raw material and the rst draft of the book, but throughout the project, a number of people shared their insights and expertise to make this book worth the time spent reading it Thanks to all the team members at Addison Wesley, especially Elizabeth Peterson, Jana Jones, Curt Johnson, Joan Murray, and Gina Kanouse Chris Zahn also played an instrumental role in editing the book and in correcting our self-styled syntax As with any technical publication, technical accuracy is of utmost importance We were fortunate to have great engineers (many of them own the speci c technology areas discussed in the book) look at the material and provide feedback Thanks go to Mark Russinovich, Ivan Brugiolo, Pat Styles, Pavel Lebedynskiy, Daniel Mihai, Doug Ellis, Cristi Vlasceanu, Adrian Marinescu, Saji Abraham, Kamen Moutafov, Kinshuman Kinshumann, Bob Wilton, Raymond McCollum, Viorel Mititean, Andy Cheung, Saar Picker, Drew Bliss, Jason Cunningham, Adam Edwards, Jen-Lung Chiu, Alain Lissoir, and Brandon Jiang Special thanks go to Mark Russinovich for not only reviewing the book but also writing the foreword Mark s remarkable body of work is well known among software developers and has been a great in uence on us and countless other engineers Ivan Brugiolo was also instrumental in reviewing and providing in-depth feedback Ivan was incredibly generous with his spare time, sharing knowledge that has added considerable value to this book We also want to extend our gratitude to Alexandra Hewardt for designing and implementing the book s Web page
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