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BSoD DRIVER_VERIFIER_DETECTED_VIOLATION

I'm having a lot of BSoD's lately, so I ran Driver Verifier (verifier in command line). It generated DRIVER_VERIFIER_DETECTED_VIOLATIONBSoD. Analyzing the dump with WinDbg: !analyze -v ...
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Extract user name from memory dump with windbg

I would like to retrieve the name of the user that was signed in when the dump was created. Is that possible to do with windbg? I did some searching and couldn't find anything.
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Debugging hang where Ctrl Alt Delete won't work

My computer recently froze out of the blue wwhile I was browsing the web. Ctrl-Alt-Delete didn't work so I had to resort to killing the power and rebooting. Now I'm wondering what I could have done ...
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What does the C in Cid stand for in winDbg, kdbg and livekd?

If execute the !process command in the windwos debugger you get output in this format: PROCESS fffffa8006bff940 SessionId: 0 Cid: 03ec Peb: 7f79ae1f000 ParentCid: 02e4 DirBase: 084ed000 ...
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What does “GRM” stand for in GRMSDK in MS SDK DVD ISO images? [closed]

When one tries to install Debugging Tools for Windows as a Stand-alone Component, there is the possibility to download ISO images of the "Microsoft Windows SDK for Windows 7 and .NET Framework 4". The ...
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WinDbg Problem with ntoskrnl

I've got a similar problem to "BSOD - Unable to verify timestamp for ntoskrnl.exe", in that I can't seem to get the correct symbols to read ntoskrnl. I've followed the advice given by BK1E, but still ...