Debug Kernel Version

Debug Kernel Version

Post by Max Yaff » Wed, 05 Feb 1997 04:00:00

I have a version 4.00.950A of Windows 95.  It comes from updating an
earlier version with Service Pack 1.  Will the April 96 DDK debug kernel
work with it?



1. Printing to Debug Message window without the debug kernel?

I need to use the DebugOutput() function to print to the Debug Messages
windows (the DBWIN.EXE app included with MSVC++), but I cannot seem to
find a way to do this without having the debug kernel installed. Is there
a way to do this? Is there another function I can use, or a piece of code
I can get to show me how?

Thanks in advance.


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