Monthly Archives: June 2021

Debugging Stop 0x10D – Buy Two Power Policy Owners And Get A Free BSOD

A Stop 0x10D, also known as a Windows driver framework violation, is a bugcheck which is produced when the framework detects one of the rules has been broken. You can think of this bugcheck as akin to a Stop 0xC4 … Continue reading

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Windows Address Translation Deep Dive – Part 1

This is one of the most fundamental topics which you should read about while you’re debugging. The topic will be far too long to write into one post so I’m planning to split it into at least two separate posts; … Continue reading

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An Introduction to IRPs and Device Stacks

Introduction: IRPs (I/O request packets) are the probably one of most important concepts to understand since they form the foundation of I/O. Please note that the I/O Manager and IRPs are a very lengthy topic, there are many nuances to … Continue reading

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