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Old 2018-07-15, 18:01   #1
[R-DEV]Mats391
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Post Getting crash dumps

In order for us to be able to debug certain crashes, we need you to use a program called ProcDump. With that you can generate crash dumps that help us to figure out what is going wrong.

Download: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sys...loads/procdump
  1. Start PR
  2. Open command line as administrator
  3. Navigate to the location you put procdump (Example: "cd C:\Users\User\Downloads\Procdump")
  4. Run procdump through command line like this:
    Code:
    procdump.exe -ma -b -e 1 -g prbf2.exe

Alternative:
Create a shortcut to procdump.exe and add the arguments to the target path
Code:
 -ma -b -e 1 -g prbf2.exe
Example:
C:\Users\User\Downloads\Procdump\procdump.exe -ma -b -e 1 -g ts3client_win64.exe
Run the shortcut as administrator after launching PR.

If you are crashing, please do not post in here and create an appropriate thread instead. This is solely for questions regarding getting crash dumps.


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Old 2018-08-22, 21:13   #2
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Default Re: Getting crash dumps

This needs a more detailed desciption on how to be executed. Dumb it down, so to say.
Not everyone is as tech savvy as an R-DEV.

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