Debugging Windows Blue Screen of Death (BSOD)

Daniel goes through the four key reasons why BSODs happen, how Windows allocates memory and how developers need to be careful when setting kernel mode memory. Daniel then goes through a real-world example of a faulty device driver and how to debug and diagnose issues. Daniel also shows how to read and write data to […]

Daniel goes through the four key reasons why BSODs happen, how Windows allocates memory and how developers need to be careful when setting kernel mode memory. Daniel then goes through a real-world example of a faulty device driver and how to debug and diagnose issues. Daniel also shows how to read and write data to an application process, like Notepad using WinDbg.

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