Monthly Archives: October 2019

Debugging Stop 0xC9 – The Tale of the Missing Device Object

One of the users at Sysnative Forums posted in our BSOD Academy regarding a question about a Driver Verifier induced bugcheck and why is it blaming the Windows kernel. I believe that this may have been due to the fact … Continue reading

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Introduction to Processes, Threads and Stacks

I’ve spoken many times about processes and threads in the past. However, this post will hopefully wrap up the basics and provide a solid introduction to this topic. I originally wrote about this on Sysnative Forums, but thought it would … Continue reading

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