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Rebasing issue in Win NT vs Win2000??

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I've manually assigned two of the same base addresses for seperate dlls (for testing purposes) and load them into a VB app, I then open VC++ and begin a debug session by attaching to the VB process, when I run the vb app (which only loads the two dll's), I get in winNT that the first dll loaded, but the second had to be reallocated..(LDR: blah blah blah) however, in Win2000 both load fine...and I get no notification that the dll's were reallocated...any thoughts?..
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>>...any thoughts?..

Yes - MS removed the logging message. That's it.
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Oh, yes, this issue is described here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/dnmag00/html/bugslayer0400.asp ("Windows 2000 and LDR Messages")
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Thanks, I must have just missed that article..

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