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  1. Core ReactOS
  2. CORE-17772

Tab+K reboots the system in the Debug=Screen mode on RealHW



    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Open
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Fix Version/s: 0.4.15
    • Component/s: None
    • Labels:


      Build: reactos-bootcd-0.4.15-dev-3156-g791fbde-x86-gcc-lin-dbg
      Debug mode: Screen

      Environment: Real Hardware - Advent 4211 (MSI U100) - (update 14-9-21) Asus Eeepc X101CH

      Description: I tried to install a driver, and as expected, it should enter to the debugger. Instead of that, the computer reboots itself. So I can't debug now neither with Screen mode, neither with text. So I tried too to break manually with Tab+K and the system reboots itself.

      It's not a desired way of procedure and (as far as I tested) it's not a regression exactly. In the past, this command hangs this laptop with black tiny strips in the up side of the screen.

      Like this:

      photo5908856834805053351.jpg from 0.4.13

      But now it behaves like this:

      Video 1.mp4 Video 2.mp4

      Affected devices (at least):

      • Netbook Advent 4211B: Intel Atom processor N270 Single Core 1.6Ghz, Chipset: Mobile Intel 945GSE, Graphics: Intel 945GME (64MB shared).
      • Procesador Intel Atom N2600 (Dual Core; 1.6GHz), Chipset: X101CH 69NA3PM11G14, Graphics: Intel Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 3600

      Guilties and reactions:
      Back to 0.4.15-dev-2840 (5c332f6): Same as CORE-14162
      From 0.4.15-dev-2841 (608032b) to 0.4.15-dev-2843 (54ecf70): Second stage have an assertion before the desktop appears in Screen debug mode. It allows me to introduce texts (as cont or bt), but bt automatically reboots the PC. cont doesn't allow me to continue.
      0.4.15-dev-2844 (835c302): It allows me to be in the second stage of the installation (desktop loaded) and press the TAB+K, and it allows me to write bt and cont commands and works.
      0.4.15-dev-2845 (f30136b): Reboots itself after every BSOD or TAB+K break in the Screen mode.

      So let's consider this a regression (surprisingly found a feature for my laptop in the 835c302).


        1. intelgma-screen.patch
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        2. intelgma-screen-2-master.patch
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        3. photo5908856834805053351.jpg
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        4. photo5911108634618738571.jpg
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        5. Screenshot_2.png
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        6. Video 1.mp4
          8.15 MB
        7. Video 2.mp4
          6.62 MB

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                zefklop jgardou
                julenuri julenuri
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