Inside that look for the only doc file. In there it tells you how to delete
all workspaces. I like the standard theme for single monitor usage and the
multimon for dual monitors.
2. Click the tab for 1394 and ensure all values are blank. Then click the
com tab and ensure you have the proper parameters set.
I am assuming you are not attempting to run windbg on the target system –
SUT – test, but on the host system. The configuration of the target system
is done via the boot.ini for Windows Server 2003 and earlier, and using a
boot configuration editor on Vista and later.
"scorbin" <> wrote in message
>I have uninstalled and reinstalled every version available for
> download and if I just run WinDbg from the start menu with no command
> line arguments, and do a File->Kernel Debug and select serial over
> com1 the title of the WinDbg window says "Kernel’1394:channel=3′, and
> the command output says opened \\.\DBG1394_CHANNEL03
> I tried finding any suspicious environment variables, but didn’t find
> anything. What could be causing this behavior and how do I stop it?