Monthly Archives: November 2013

Understanding Splay Trees

Splay Trees are an example of a binary search tree, which is a data structure for arranging and sorting data, which is sorted into nodes. They make good use of pointers. Splay Trees share the same structure as a standard … Continue reading

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Understanding Stop 0x9F – How it Works

I’ve explained how to debug a Stop 0x9F in previous blog posts, but here I’m going to explain how exactly it detects a timeout, and thus bugchecks with the Stop 0x9F. We should understand now, that the two highlighted parameters … Continue reading

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Debugging Stop 0x4A [Updated Version]

Like before with the Stop 0x101, I’m going to provide a updated version of a Stop 0x4A which will contain some more information. We should all understand what IRQL Levels and the differences between Kernel-Mode and User-Mode. The general nature … Continue reading

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Debugging Stop 0x101 [Updated Version]

Okay, I know I’ve previously explained a Stop 0x101 beforehand, before like a Stop 0x124, I’m going to provide a updated version. Remember you’ll need a Kernel Memory dump in order to carry this out. The third parameter contains the … Continue reading

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How WHEA Works Internally

After this blog post, I think I’ve covered all the aspects of a Stop 0x124. Otherwise, you may see a few more posts about it in the future. I’m also planning on adding a few more debugging extensions, and will … Continue reading

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Debugging Stop 0x124 – !sysinfo, !cpuinfo, !whea and !errpkt

Another blog post about Stop 0x124, as always said, these bugchecks are probably one of the hardest to debug due to the lack of information they retain, thereby it’s very important to understand how to gather as much as possible … Continue reading

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100th Blog Post – Thanks for the Support

This blog has really grown, especially during this month, it’s been late nights after the pub and work and even college, just staying up and trying to write as much information as possible (whilst being concise and to the point), … Continue reading

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