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Debug no state change

Debug exception 0xC0010001

 
  Description  
 
       
debug  
 

The debugger did not perform a state change.

When using remote debugging of a system, a request was made to change the state (for example: to stop what it's doing), but it was ignored.

 
 
 
   
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Raw Title
  DBG_NO_STATE_CHANGE

 
Facility
  Debugger

 
OS
  Windows

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Type
  Debug 

   
Vendor
  Microsoft Corporation*

* Reporting vendor, unclear who is responsible for the issue.
   
 
   
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This is more informational that an indication of a problem, although it may also be problem with the test system or the test system not being fully responsive.

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  Microsoft Corporation (more info...)

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  Although less informative than our notes here, you can view the Microsoft MSDN source document for a list of the NTSTATUS codes used when Microsoft encounter a problem with an application.  
     
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