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How to Analyze minidump (.dmp) file in Visual Studio 2008

Posted on 2011-03-06
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Can anyone please help me?
How to Analyze minidump (.dmp) file in Visual Studio 2008?
(View StrackTrace, should be able to debug after providing .PDB files)

Thanks in Advance.
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by:graye
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There's a pretty cool video at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/visualc/Video/bb738099 that should answer your questions
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by:milindbansode
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graye:
Thanks for reply.

I have seen this video and followed all the steps correctly but still I am not able to debug the actual code. Debug pointer is not showing dis-assembly information.
Apart from the steps given in video I tried to set the symbol path but still is same.
Please let me know if I need to do any extra setting which is not specified in video.

Please Help..
Thanks in Advance.
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What language is the application written in?
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by:milindbansode
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Application is written in C# (VS 2008).

For more details please go through attached dump, source code and PDB file.
TestDump.dmp
POCAnalyzeMiniDump.zip
POCAnalyzeMiniDump.pdb
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