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By chris.nwankwo ·
Are they any utilities for tracking down memory addresses referenced by applications/device drivers. I would appreciate it if I could trace the source of faults when you get a dr waston error. You run dr waton get the fault but find it diffult to actually trace the source of the fault from the memory address referenced.
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by ustutz In reply to memory addresses

Your system properties (right click on "My Computer" and select properties or run winmsd), and Task Manager on NT (Ctrl&Alt&Del, select Task Manager) give you some of that information. Also, cross check against the Event Logs (System, Security, andApplication).

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by Cedric King In reply to memory addresses

On NT, check out the Task Manager. You will see in the Processes tab, which process is giving you the problem.

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