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Thread: IdaPro x64: importing types from pdb

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    IdaPro x64: importing types from pdb

    Hi, pals.
    I'm reversing a file system minifilter driver for x64, so i need some struct defenitions exported by fltmgr. Standard "Load pdb..." says
    Code:
    ;....
    PDB: DIA interface version 9.0
    PDB: loaded 573 types
    PDB: total 228 symbols loaded for D:\WinDDK\7600.16385.1\Debuggers\sym\fltMgr.pdb\A008BBBF87CC421FA0E568076A16F4BA2\fltMgr.pdb
    but i still have no struct defenitions.
    I tried to replace pdb.64 with detpdb version: it fails with
    Code:
    Determina PDB loader 1.0
    ERROR: SymGetModuleInfo64 failed: The parameter is incorrect.
    (it's kinda problem with Ida version)

    Mmmmphfokay, what should i do?

  2. #2
    Quote Originally Posted by fasmotol View Post
    but i still have no struct defenitions.
    Check the Local Types (Shift-F1).

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    Wow, exactly the very struct i need is somewhat corrupted or smthing (size == Error): i tried to create it manually before, though even after undefining it still glitching...
    Okay, I think the problem is solved - all i need is just to create another instance of db.
    Thanks, reverser!

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