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Here What I have got > DBGHELP: c:\windows\symbols\ntdll.pdb - file not found > DBGHELP: c:\windows\symbols\dll\ntdll.pdb - mismatched pdb > DBGHELP: c:\windows\symbols\symbols\dll\ntdll.pdb - file not found > DBGHELP: ntdll.pdb - file not PC Review Home Newsgroups > Microsoft DotNet > Microsoft VC .NET > Home Home Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Articles Articles Quick Thanks for the blog I will check it out. –Pinchy Jan 28 '11 at 20:17 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign Windbg Symbols Could Not Be Loaded From the following windbg log I see that loaded ntdll.dll image is incorrect and does not correspond to ntdll.pdb symbols.

How to send the ESC signal to vim when my esc key doesn't work? Symbol file could not be found. Your command was setting the symbol path to use the Microsoft server and then cache any symbols it pulled from it into C:\Temp\Symbols\X86. Check This Out The test program consists of a single .cpp file.

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Apr 02, 2007 04:04 PM|GraceMe|LINK Darren,thanks for your help. Sometimes there might be a problem loading symbols for the specific version of AX that you are running – in that case there are some WinDbg commands which can help you, Thanks ------------------------------------------------------------ This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights. Apr 03, 2007 02:14 AM|GraceMe|LINK Since I assign WinDbg to bea default debugging tool for Visual Studio Just-In-Time Debeugger (VSJITD), any error encountered by the Installer would be forwarded to the

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