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Symbol Resolution

The professional version of WhoCrashed also supports symbol resolution. Symbols allows a more detailed and accurate stack trace.



Enabling symbol resolution

Click the Options button and select the checkboxes Enable symbol resolution and Download missing symbols from symbol server in order to enable symbol resolution. Note that the next time that WhoCrashed will analyze your system it may take a long time to download symbol information and copy it to a local symbol store.





WhoCrashed documentation and articles

 · Introduction
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 · What's new in v 5.50 ?
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 · Using WhoCrashed
 · Troubleshooting tips and general recommendations
 · Unexpected resets and shut dows
 · Enabling Crash Dumps
 · If crash dumps are not written out
 · Thermal Issues
 · Symbol Resolution
 · Using Driver Verifier
 · Remote System Configuration
 · Crash Dump Test
 · Advanced Options








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