By Philippe Bonneau on
4/3/2014 2:29 PM
More than one year ago, I wrote an article on what to do when a process is frozen, and how to dump the memory and registers into a .dmp file in order to use it after with Visual Studio (whatever the version).
But, unfortunately, sometimes the process crashes and disappears from the task of processes provided by taskmgr.
By chance, there is a way in Windows to declare an executable, known as JIT Debugger, that will be called when an unhandled exception is detected. The executable procdump mentioned in the previous post can be used. This post will describe how to install it and will show how to use the resulting .dmp file.