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Windows does not produce full crash dumps even though registry is set correctly

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My client are experiencing software crashes with a VB6 program I wrote. I had set up the registry to produce full crash dumps, and I saw it working correctly with other programs that crashed on their system, but for some reason, for my program, it stil creates the simple crash...

How to generate windows memory dump when application crashes.?

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Is there an easy way of generating the memory dump for the crashed application? I have a situation in which the customer received the code which is generating the crash, as the code itself has no signal handlers for the backtrace generation on abort I was wondering if there is...

How do I retrieve Register Context from AccessViolationException?

c#,c++,windbg,crash-dumps
I have a x64 crash dump of a managed (C#) application that p/invokes to native code. The dump was taken after the native code attempted to dereference a bad memory location, and after the .NET marshaler had turned it into an AccessViolationException. As a result, the stack frame where the...

What is: Bad_dump!missing_teb (Windows Phone Dev Center Crash Log)

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The following 2 crashes are being reported as our WP 8.1 app's highest occurance crashes based on Window's developer center's crash logs. Any clue what they mean or how to debug them? I suspect 'out of memory' but would like to confirm. First: bad_dump!missing_teb BAD_DUMP_MISSING_MEMORY_MISSING_CLR_METADATA_bad_dump!missing_teb Second: bad_dump!missing_teb BAD_DUMP_MISSING_MEMORY_NULL_CLASS_PTR_READ_ZEROED_STACK_MISSING_CLR_METADATA_bad_dump!missing_teb ...