RE: INETINFO access violation - Dr Watson log
Date: Wed, 12 Jan 2005 03:19:03 -0800
drwatson appends to the existing log, so remove the log, reproduce the crash,
and you'll be abel to see from the log which porcess that fails. Then you can
map the memory address that's written in the log to what process crashed. And
hopefully if you that will gve you a clue.
I've done some bughuntin that way, and by setting the right options in ms
vc++ 6.0 compiler you can get to see what code it failed in, if you place the
.pdb file besides the binary.
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