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Breakpoint on execution - Create Window ?

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I am using softice95 and want to use Breakpoint on execution (bpx) when an application creates a window. I have tried setting breakpoints on CreateWindow, CreateWindowEx and so on, but none of that works, what am I doing wrong ???
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This is because the breakpoint you set is in 16-bit user.exe and the call is from 32-bit (user32.dll: CreateWindowA, CreateWindowW, CreateWindowExA and CreateWindowExW exports).
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