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  • XP Debug mode

    Hello,

    Wondering if anyone has had any experience using debug mode in the advanced boot options in XP. From what i understand of the process this is used by the kernel to disable some windows resources and gives detailed information. debugging software located on another machine connected via a serial cable to extract the information that it discovers.

    My question is does this can the debugging take place locally on a machine?
    If local debugging is possible edoes it dump a log file somewhere on the system partition?
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    Re: XP Debug mode

    Might be wrong, but I think it just sends a full memory dump the same as the one stored in the file %SystemRoot%\Memory.dmp .
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