Crashdump on installation failure - windows 10

erawmrif-2683 1 Reputation point
2022-11-08T16:26:19.617+00:00

I am getting ACPI errors while trying to Install windows 10 IOT enterprise version on custom intel based board.

Due to restricted ports, am not able to connect WinDbg. Is there a way to enable crash dump offline, which I can recover from the installation media to analyze ?

I see mention of wpdmp.efi in https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/drivers/bringup/boot-and-uefi. But not sure where to access from.

Thanks

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  1. Seeya Xi-MSFT 16,451 Reputation points
    2022-11-10T07:57:53.757+00:00

    Hi @erawmrif-2683 ,

    Welcome to Microsoft Q&A!
    Please refer to this Windows IoT documentation: Debugging on Windows IoT Core.
    You can download crash dumps of applications on IoT Device via WDP. The Windows Device Portal (WDP) lets you configure and manage your device remotely over your local network.
    Additional information on WDP on IoT can be found here: Windows Device Portal

    Best regards,
    Seeya


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  2. Sean Liming 4,511 Reputation points
    2022-11-11T16:42:09.927+00:00

    Based on your previous post, it sounds like the hardware you have doesn't have a full BIOS to support Windows 10.


  3. erawmrif-2683 1 Reputation point
    2022-11-11T16:46:55.113+00:00

    yes.
    I am trying to find what parts of ACPI, that windows require are failing.

    Am using Slimbootloader + UEFIPAYLOAD as per their online instructions for windows boot.

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